On Saturday, 05 December 2020, the Hawaii IEEE Society Chapter will hold an AREDN Mesh Networks meeting via the ZOOM conference protocol.
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Content supplied by Joseph Speroni (AH0A), ARRL Pacific Section Manager.
Accessed on 29 November 2020, 0318 UTC, Post 1743.
Source (email message from Joseph Speroni-AH0A):
Here’s the full text of Joe’s message:
On December 5th from 10:00 to 12:00 HST the Hawaii IEEE Communications
Society Chapter is hosting a seminar Introducing the technologies behind
AREDN MESH and the possibilities and capabilities to serve counties and
state for backup emergency communications.
It will cover the concept, design, and implementation of an AREDN MESH
network in Hawaii, explain where things started, what are some of the
constraints and obstacles with the design, how far it has come so far
across the state, and how the future looks for this system to play a
role in EmComm.
Steven Minakami, NH6XL (Honolulu ARES/RACES, Honolulu DEM, IEEE Hawaii
Section Chair, Hawaii Chapter Communications Society Chair)
Orville ‘Orv’ Beach, W6BI (Ventura County ACS, AREDN MESH-Ventura &
Los Angeles Counties)
Gescio ‘Jesse’ Alpuro, WH6AV (Maui ARES, Hawaii AREDN MESH Group)
This will be a ZOOM meeting for IEEE members, the Hawaii AllStar
Repeater Group, the Hawaii Emergency Amateur Radio Network, Inc., Hawaii
Amateur Radio Clubs, Hawaii ARES, and Hawaii ARRL members.
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 948 0270 4253
ARRL Pacific Section
Section Manager: Joseph Speroni, AH0A
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