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Village wireless VoIP research begins
September 2007 While in the U.S., I am researching various hardware and software options for this project, and also building a mini prototype of the...
Introducing 'Voice in the Mountains'
A VoIP communication system via a mesh network of wireless routers... that are solar powered... in remote mountain villages.... home-built. Sounds interesting,...
Village wireless VoIP project overview
Summer 2007 The goal of this project is to provide reliable and inexpensive voice communications for villages in an isolated,...
Kitchen computer gets a new internet stick
Back in March I built a system intended to be the new family PC. The goal was to make it small, quiet and...
Bigfoot Networks' Killer NIC
FOR YEARS, GAMERS, enthusiasts, and even mainstream users have been getting their networking for...
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