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Mesh technology offer the possibility to greatly extend communication range. Every node is a repeater to allow communication between the recorder and a node spatially located out of the direct path range of the recorder.
 
Mesh technology offer the possibility to greatly extend communication range. Every node is a repeater to allow communication between the recorder and a node spatially located out of the direct path range of the recorder.
  
 
MeshCoyote uses radio transmitters nrf24l01. RF24 for a short name.
 
MeshCoyote uses radio transmitters nrf24l01. RF24 for a short name.
 
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Revision as of 17:42, 6 April 2017


This is a project under current development. The following documentation is incomplete.

Overview

MeshCoyote is a multipoint measurement system. It uses mesh network topology to carry all node measurements to a single recorder or data forwarder.

For now the project only measure temperature but this will soon be extended to Power usage, Voltage, Current, Anemometer etc.

A "node" is a single device where a measurement is made. All nodes are able to communicate with each other to carry al messages to the master node. This master node (or recorder node) is able to save the data locally or forward them to any other database such as Emoncms, Influxdb or else.

Mesh Network

Mesh graph.png

Mesh technology offer the possibility to greatly extend communication range. Every node is a repeater to allow communication between the recorder and a node spatially located out of the direct path range of the recorder.

MeshCoyote uses radio transmitters nrf24l01. RF24 for a short name.

Hardware