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WiFi with SDR at 470 MHz


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I'm going to assume you have a full duplex SDR, The Wifi standards you mention are at set frequencies, but I can going assume you want to want to do certain things that wifi does,

Do you want to broadcast beacons and have people connect, using the methods that Wifi can employ, such as WPA, or do you just want to transfer data?

If it's the later, and you want a point to point link type set up, GNU Radio is capable of transmitting / receiveing tcp/ip over radio. (See the networking tools section).

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At 470MHz mightn't get through put required because frequency isn't high enough.

Maybe look at the Ham data services as they have data link in the Ham bands. More likely to have worked samples/code to start from, I would guess

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On 4/11/2016 at 0:59 PM, Bitbot17 said:

That was one of the best README's I've ever read for open software.

 

I found this when I was researching 802.11 modules for GNU Radio, I haven't given it a try yet but you might be able to use this and change the frequencies.

https://github.com/bastibl/gr-ieee802-11

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