It's a rather long story, but I am planning to create a small mesh network,
and I have just a few hours to spend my entire budget (it's an art grant,
Anyway, the thing I'm trying to figure out is what find of routers to get?
I'm looking at the Linksys WRT3200ACM MU-MIMO, which seems great because
it's open source, but wow, it's expensive!
I wonder if anyone on this list has found great & cheap hardware for nodes?
I'd love to be able to use my budget (It's around 600USD) to get as many
nodes as possible!
My hope is to set up a mesh network as part of an art-game and train local
folks to take it over and expand it after the piece is done. <3
Thanks for any and all thoughts!!
Samara Hayley Steele, MFA
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A couple of companies founded a thing called Hacktoberfest, which ships
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Then have a look at the issues that we tagged as "good first issue" here
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