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 Subject :New HSMM-MESH Node in Hillsboro.. 2012-08-20- 16:18:38 
KU7PDX
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Location: Hillsboro, Oregon, USA
 

Got my HSMM-MESH node up and running. Indoors right now, but I'll be moving it to the roof with high-gain antennas for better range down the road.

No advertised services right now, however I will be adding a Raspberry Pi running a D-RATS reflector and a TeamSpeak 3 server. I'll also be adding a webcam eventually as well.

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 Subject :Re:New HSMM-MESH Node in Hillsboro.. 2012-10-21- 08:12:42 
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I am planning to put a Raspberry Pi on a portable node. I would like to know more about the Teamspeak and other services you are running. Marc
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 Subject :Re:New HSMM-MESH Node in Hillsboro.. 2012-11-13- 17:16:37 
KU7PDX
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Well, TeamSpeak doesn't want to release binaries for Raspberry Pi (Debian Wheezy) so I've decided to switch over to Mumble. I like the file transfer capabilities for D-RATS, so I'll keep that on-board as well. I'll also be installing Apache and setting up a basic website that will provide Mumble and D-RATS client downloads.
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 Subject :Re:New HSMM-MESH Node in Hillsboro.. 2014-01-03- 11:42:39 
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Chris, I will be setting up a node very near your location (acording to Googlemapped Mesh nodes). It will be near Brookwood and Davis next to the middle school. Are you still running your node? -Dan
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 Subject :Re:New HSMM-MESH Node in Hillsboro.. 2014-02-01- 17:38:39 
KU7PDX
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Hey Dan, Sorry for the lack of a reply! I have the node up, but unfortunately the range is not very good, only about 0.5 miles in open space. With the official Ubiquiti support, they do plan on supporting the 3 GHz radios (the M3). We have a pretty good amateur allocation there, so I'll be focusing on making a high-power outdoor installation with that gear. --Chris
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