Re: [dev] Simpler WiFi alternatives

From: Sagar Acharya <>
Date: Fri, 12 May 2023 17:43:04 +0200 (CEST)

Let us get back this conversation on track. What I'm trying to find is a simple C program which can be run on Arduino and analog pins connected to an antenna.

I did read this book "IPv6 essentials". What I want is a single C programs which distributed packets to say, 5 connected devices. The logic sounds pretty easy. Tag each request with an id, send, recieve and send it back to that device. Initially, handshakes would connect such devices.

Josuah's takes were interesting. I suggest you don't mind going along the tangent a bit. It adds to fun of life. I'm looking for low-range within home router.

Thanking you
Sagar Acharya <>

12 May 2023, 18:01 by

> Страхиња Радић <> wrote:
>> On 23/05/11 04:03PM, wrote:
>> <troll message full of swearwords>
> Good point: if the author cares about the project presented,
> why would he interleave every sentense with swearing.
>> This list needs moderation ASAP, otherwise it risks turning into another
>> Reddit (which, for those who might not know, is a veritable cesspool).
> Agreed, [dev] is not [rant]. This was not pleasant to read.
>> [shittily-put rant]{1} which [should be useful]{2}
> {1} does not work well with {2}... how about rewriting this draft
> sent too early into a document that you can present to the firmware,
> hardware, software, and gateware developers, and antenna designers
> (essential if you want a bit of range, you talked about kilometers)
> you'd need to team-up with to get such a project done?
> Eventually on its own repo to synthesize the infirmation about it.
> Even if you end-up finding a device that matches, the research about
> it can then be useful to people interested in it.
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