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A presentation by Jesse Alexander III, WB2IFS at HacDC March 11th at 7:30pm

Posted by on February 24, 2015

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Join us on March 11th at 7:30 pm.

Need help getting started with HSMM-Mesh (http://www.broadband-hamnet.org/)?  Want to find out about applications of HSMM-Mesh? Wanna find out if that old WRT54G router in the back of your closet can be reborn as a High Speed MultiMedia (hsmm-mesh) network node?  Is your hsmm-mesh node lonely with no one to mesh with? (Awwwww) Have an extra node you want to sell/trade?

Join Mesh “Elmer” (Mesh-mer?) Jesse Alexander WB2IFS/3 for a chance to colearn and coteach about wireless meshes in amateur radio. Dust off that old WRT54G/GS/GL (Versions 1.0 – 4.0) and bring it in with your laptop for a chance to play!

About me:  Jesse Alexander, WB2IFS, is a former Bell Lab engineer, working on the early cellular communication and wifi systems. He is also an award winning poet, maker, tinkerer, and volunteer emergency communicator. Mr. Alexander graduated Cum Laude and Tau Beta Pi with Bachelors of Science and Masters of Engineering degrees in Electrical Engineering from Howard University, Washington, DC. He is a senior member of the IEEE Professional Communications Society, Prince George’s County Amateur Radio Emergency Service/Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service, Community Emergency Response Team of Clinton, Maryland.

We will also discuss the implications of the end of support for the BBHN firmware running on Linksys/CISCO WRT54s in April 2015. I’ll also bring the Ubiquiti router that I upgraded. EOS does not necessarily mean EOL for WRT54s.

PRIZE DRAWING–WIN A BAOFENG HAM RADIO TRANSCEIVER (Drawing for licensed ham radio operators only)

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