Ubiquiti Nanobridge M5

Ubiquiti Nanobridge M5


Ubiquiti Nanobridge M5 Unboxing - Assembly
https://youtu.be/dzxc8nYGir4

Ubiquiti Nanostation m2 repair AREDN Mesh software

Ubiquiti Nanostation m2 repair AREDN Mesh software



The Amateur Radio Emergency Data Network (AREDN)

the AREDN Project released to its team of volunteer testers, a new beta-version of its upcoming release, v3.15.1.0. This is the most significant and important release since this development team introduced support for the Ubiquiti AirMax line of hardware back in 2013.

Here is a list of some of the new features:
Over the air, remote firmware upgrades – this allows node owners to upgrade a node’s firmware release without going out to the site. It accomplishes this by saving the node’s configuration settings and automatically reloading them after the upgrade has taken place.
Support for NanoStation M5 with the new XW boards – many have purchased these devices unaware that Ubiquiti made a hardware change to the product which rendered it unusable with AREDN firmware… up until now.

Support for the Rocket M3, NanoStation M3, and NanoBridge M3 – This is our first release supporting devices in the 3.4 GHz ham band. This band has no commercial allocations in the U.S. and as a result should be ultra-quiet. We are excited about breaking into this band and what it could mean for this technology.

Setting up a MESH Node with AREDN Firmware

Setting up a MESH Node with AREDN Firmware

In this episode, I will walk you through the process of setting up a new Ubiquiti Node from scratch, and flashing it with the latest AREDN firmware. Then we will connect it to another node and look at the channel options on the firmware itself.



ARC AREDN in-thePark, Part 1

ARC AREDN in-thePark, Part 1



The Dallas Amateur Radio Club recently setup some AREDN MESH nodes in a local park, for purposes of demonstration of how the network is built, connects and some applications used. This is one of those events. The Club does these periodically, so my plan is to record a few of these, with examples of how MESH Networking works for Amateur Radio

AREDN Project - Amateur Radio Emergency Data Network

AREDN Project - Amateur Radio Emergency Data Network

Mesh technology has been around for ten years or more. Over the past two years a team of developers has advanced the art by porting Broadband‐Hamnet’s extremely popular mesh firmware to the Ubiquiti airMAX line of commercial Wireless ISP routers and expanded its utility across a wide range of microwave bands. This has literally changed the complexion of mesh technology from an experimental, hobby‐oriented, novelty into a viable alternative network suitable for restoring some degree of Inter/intra‐net connectivity “when all else fails.”

In the midst of this work the AREDN Project was kicked off to focus development on taking this technology to the next level in EMCOMM communications.

This paper [2] begins with an introduction to the AREDN Project and mesh networking and concludes with a roadmap for the Project’s future. It dives into implementation techniques and aggressive plans to implement across broad portions of the Southwestern US.