QuietByte Posted July 2, 2019 Share Posted July 2, 2019 Hi, I've got a project that's stumping me if someone could help out. I have two wireless input connections and need to condense it down to one network. A colleague mentioned certain travel routers could do this but he didn't have any real details. So instead, I thought maybe a Pineapple TETRA would work? Without any Ethernet ports or other connection types, I was having a hard time of how to combine it into a single network. The other thought was channel bonding if I was able to figure out the frequencies that the two devices are broadcasting on. If it matters, my input networks are a GlobalStar Go and an ADB-S receiver. I need to connect the electronic flight bag which is an Android tablet. The project is to enable satellite connection for updates while out of range of the ground stations. Thanks for any help! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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