Hillary Clinton about wireless mesh networks
Devices that could be wireless mesh networks devices, IMHO
Module tracking device UM-16
SXSW 2011: Samsung TV integration with Android apps
Embedded 32-bit Microprocessor (Biometric, identification and a number of sensors for protection)
AMT Modem (L-Band/70 MHz/140 MHz) BPSK, QPSK/OQPSK, 8PSK, 16APSK, 32 APSK, 16QAM
Sensory organs of a computer
Wireless Digital Pressure Sensor
CSIRO Ngara wireless broadband access Field trial, Smithton, Tasmania by TV-antenna
Immaterials: Light painting WiFi
Network latency checking tools
These are some tools that can be used to measure network latency. They were mentioned in (or implied by) Jim Gettys's talk on bufferbloat.
Pingplotter - he says that this is a good tool for figuring out what hop is causing latency, although it is closed-source Windows stuff.
MTR (My Traceroute) is an open-source tool that shows the latency at each hop in a traceroute. It does not produce graphs like Pingplotter, but it does produce good instantaneous data.
ISCI Netalyzer. This is a closed-source java applet-based service. It explicitly checks your network for bufferbloat, as well as other things.
He showed us beautiful latency graphs that were generated by
Queue Management Software
In his talk, he strongly recommended the use of queue management software, such as:
- RED - Random Early Drop.
- AQM - Active Queue Management
- ECN - Explicit Congestion Notification
Andrew gave a talk about BGP. He mentioned these links.
See BGP info on the internet.
See what the internet looks like from various AS's perspectives.
An upcoming wifi-mesh management software, from ljubljana in Slovenia.
Oberon, A2, kernel Active Object System (Aos)
DRAKON + Oberon = DRON visual programming language for the Buran space project
GIS enabled mesh network administration / research tool