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Interesting wireless links

Mon May 25, 2009 12:52 pm

Wireless installations are not just about providing villages with internet access, or making your tower-tower backbone links, sometimes regular 802.11 wireless technology and MikroTik RouterBOARD are used for more interesting installations. For example as you remember, NASA sponsored a project for underwater education studies and used RouterBOARD for communications, and just this weekend I noticed that the only cablecar in the Baltic states uses RouterBOARD wireless links to ensure communications with the Tower. Maybe you also have interesting projects to show?
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Re: Interesting wireless links

Wed May 27, 2009 11:33 am

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Re: Interesting wireless links

Wed May 27, 2009 11:33 am

maybe post more info about the setup that was used ?
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Re: Interesting wireless links

Wed May 27, 2009 11:57 am

yes,

we build a ring around the whole harbour area with 6x433 boards (all with 3xr52) .. configured as hmm... ring in / ring out and one for access... as a redundant backbone.

the light positions (ship, dock ... exacly 10 positions) were configured with 433 with 2xr52...

nice show :-))

in germany we are the only company who realize such shows :-)) thx mikrotik

http://www.gowicon.de/eventreferenzen.htm

next is in russia...st.petersburg ... come and look

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Re: Interesting wireless links

Wed May 27, 2009 1:26 pm

wow, nice images :)
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Re: Interesting wireless links

Sat May 30, 2009 2:25 pm

yes,

we build a ring around the whole harbour area with 6x433 boards (all with 3xr52) .. configured as hmm... ring in / ring out and one for access... as a redundant backbone.

the light positions (ship, dock ... exacly 10 positions) were configured with 433 with 2xr52...

nice show :-))

in germany we are the only company who realize such shows :-)) thx mikrotik

http://www.gowicon.de/eventreferenzen.htm

next is in russia...st.petersburg ... come and look

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Haah very cool :) What was the event about?

So you ran DMX over IP ? How ?
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http://www.balancedtech.com.au/enttec/ethernet.htm

whoops I've got your secret now I will be the socond DMX crazy show maker out there muhahah :D

p.s. Do you have hi res video? Please uplaod some !! And semd me the link !
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Re: Interesting wireless links

Sun May 31, 2009 1:42 pm

ahoi ....


first dmx ..... now ma-net :-))

the event was the launching of aida-diva in hamburg harbour ( 45 minutes of 240 heartbeat)

that was the first event we tried MA-Net ..... in a mixed enviroment of lwl and wireless.....

lol..... was a bit more than konverting dmx to ethernet
 
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Re: Interesting wireless links

Sun Jun 21, 2009 8:26 am

Hi,

We recently completed a project where a local hospital wanted to broadcast the church service on their internal TV system.

We installed high quality analogue camera's in the local church and then encoded the video and audio (priest's lapel microphone) to IP. The Camera's were also being used to provide security in the Church.

We then installed a Mikrotik P2P link on the church to the hospital and then decoded the feed to analogue and fed this into a UHF channnalizer and now the patients in the hospital can watch the Mass service at the local cathedral ! The church is a protected building and you can see that the Mikrotik radio had to be camouflaged with grey spray paint !

The quality of the video and audio on the hospital TV system was excellent.
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Re: Interesting wireless links

Wed Aug 12, 2009 6:26 pm

Funny Car-to-car Wireless Network:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hp72RbwDW80
 
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Wed Aug 26, 2009 11:27 pm

http://www.wandy.nl/ MikroTik based (as far as Wi-Fi) solutions - very nice flash videos ...
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Re: Interesting wireless links

Fri Oct 24, 2014 11:24 pm

This is another interesting implementation

Wifi Repeater GoPro on Kart Racing

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Re: Interesting wireless links

Sat Oct 25, 2014 12:58 pm

In 2006 we did Golf competition of Asian Games in Qatar.

We used 532 boards with XR5 of *B*T.

Each time a player hit the ball, we were counting it with hand computers and the data arrived to the main point and sended via PTP to multiple TVs. The data was shown in real time around the world.

Easy project now but in 2006 was hard! ; )))
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