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AREDN highly recommends upgrading to AREDN security release v3.21.4.0
For more information see the Latest Docs page

News


AREDN Conference 


The AREDN team decided to revisit the idea of an AREDN Conference in the Spring of 2022. There are currently a lot of tasks in progress with few of them far along enough to be interesting topics for a presentation.
Continue to watch the AREDNmesh.org website for updates.

 

Updated date: Thursday, September 16, 2021 - 10:12


AREDN® Release v3.21.4.0 is Available


This release contains, among other things the following changes and fixes:
  • Fix spike to zero in SNR Chart #90 (ab7pa)
  • Execute Button Description #86 (ab7pa)
  • Add Rocket XM ar71xx image to support older models with USB port #83 (ae6xe)
  • Fix tunnel server clients accidentally limited to 9 #82 (pmilazzo)
  • Add “none” type advanced config options to simplify the UI #81 (dman776)
  • Update banner #80 (dman776)
  • update login banner #79 (dman776)
  • Add mesh gateway setting to sysinfo.json #77 (dman776)
  • Add advanced config option to purge AREDN Alert msgs #76 (dman776)
  • Update alert banner background color #72 (ab7pa)
  • Reset download paths upon upgrade to default #69 (dman776)
  • Upgrade to openwrt 19.07.7 #68 (ae6xe)
  • Add new Mikrotik model string for SXTsq5nD #62 (ae6xe)
Updated date: Wednesday, April 14, 2021 - 13:54

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URGENT Recovering lost 5GHz  - Easy to complete form

If you operate an AREDN network on 5GHz, please complete this form.  We need your help in persuading the court to reconsider the FCC decision to take the upper part of 5GHz away from us.
 


If you can provide a list of your network nodes in a spreadsheet, you'll be given a opportunity to attached that list.

The AREDN Team very much appreciates your help.

Thank you,

Andre, K6AH


URGENT -  Recovering lost 5GHz in court

Our attorney thinks we have a chance of taking the FCC to court over their taking of the upper parts of our 5 GHz band.  For us to do that, we need to prove “standing”.  According to Wikipedia, “…Standing is the ability of a party to demonstrate to the court sufficient connection to and harm from the law or action challenged to support that party's participation in the case.”  If we can establish standing, then he feels we have a good shot at retaining some of the bandwidth we have recently lost.

If you have 5 GHz nodes on an AREDN network, please review the following checklist which will help determine your standing in this case.  Then, send me an email at k6ah@are----sh.org .  You do not actually need to complete the checklist, just be ready to answer the questions.  Time is of the essence here, so your help is needed right away. 

Checklist for declaration of AREDN operator in support of standing

  1. What is your name, address, FCC license call sign (and class), and connection to AREDN?

  2. What frequency does your ham...

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AE6XE on YouTube Hamfest 23 May 2020

Joe AE6XE described typical AREDN deployment scenarios with Han Radio 2.0 host Jason KC5HWB. He offered advice on how to get started and choosing suitable devices.
His presentation slide deck is here.


AREDN Radio Selection

Steve KC0EUW produced a short video to help you select the right AREDN mesh radio for your needs. He explains the use of the Supported Platform Matrix to verify the types of suitable devices. Steve then walks you through the types of operational situations you may encounter. He completes the selection process by using the Device Selection Spreadsheet created by Andre K6AH to make well-informed choices about radios that meet your requirements.

You can view Steve's video here.

Yuma Hamfest 2020 AREDN Update

Andre Hansen K6AH presented an update on the status of the AREDN Project at the Yuma Hamfest on Saturday, February 15, 2020 


How to submit comments on the 3 GHz FCC Docket 19-348


Andre K6AH has prepared instructions and templates to assist you in submitting your comments on the 3 GHz FCC Docket 19-348.
You can find these in the Forum posting https://www.arednmesh.org/content/templates-submit-comments-3-ghz-fcc-docket-19-348

Please inform the FCC about how the loss of 3 GHz will affect you and the community that you serve.
 

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