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==Rhizomatica Presentations==
 
==Rhizomatica Presentations==
* [[File:FreeSWITCH introduction.pdf]]
 
* [[File:SIP introduction.pdf|SIP introduction.pdf]]
 
 
* [[File:Rhizomatica Presentation IS4CWN2013.pdf]]
 
* [[File:Rhizomatica Presentation IS4CWN2013.pdf]]
* [[File:OpenBSC Introduction.pdf|OpenBSC Introduction.pdf]]
 
* [[File:GSM Software Installation.pdf]]
 
 
* [[File:GSM introduction.pdf]]
 
* [[File:GSM introduction.pdf]]
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* [[File:SIP introduction.pdf|SIP introduction]]
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* [[File:OpenBSC Introduction.pdf|OpenBSC Intro]]
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* [[File:FreeSWITCH introduction.pdf]]
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* [[File:GSM Software Installation.pdf]]
  
 
== Reading==
 
== Reading==

Revision as of 23:08, 5 August 2015

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Section Overview:

Rhizomatica has 16 villages (map) up and running with our own flavour of community controlled mobile wireless network.The technical aspects of making this happen was not trivial and this wiki contains information from the general to specific technical details not appropriate for the faint of heart.

You may find the Lexicon to be of use to decode acronymns and jargon.

System Overview

Tools

Troubleshooting Information for Admins

Rhizomatica Presentations

Reading

  • Wireless Networking in the Developing World - good book intro on wireless networking[1]

Similar projects & other items of interest

GSM
  • Endaga - Rural small scale GSM company.[2]
  • RZ_GSM - A german academic GSM project [3]
  • Open BTS - Open source BTS software we used in our first experiments [4]
Mesh Networking
  • Libre Mesh - mesh firmware based on OpenWRT[5]
  • Guifi.net - a massively huge spanish mesh network [6]
  • Serval Mesh - Android phone mesh networks [7]

Categories

Consult the User's Guide for information on using the wiki software.