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>> WHAT A MESH!
I just found the article in your October
magazine by Louis Frenzel about Wireless
Mesh Networks. What a perfectly timed article! A friend and I were just discussing how
to build a monitoring system for cranberry
bogs. The temperature regulation is very
important for cranberry plants. We thought it
would be great to be able to build a floating
monitor that would be deployable to multiple
monitoring locations within the bog. The two
pieces of data we needed were temperature
and location of the sensor. With a wireless
mesh network, that would be very easy to do!
Thanks for the great magazine and articles
Volts and noticed
a problem in my
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Figure 4 (
Transmitter schematic) is incorrectly showing the
receiver schematic. This is going to cause
some reader confusion. Shown here is the
actual transmitter schematic.
I just received my copy of the Oct. Nuts &
Problem #2: Figure 6 states that the
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