We are pleased to announce NETSHe version 5 after around one year of development.
Main improvements in version 5 are:
We glad to announce the first beta for NETSHe-4.0.
Firmware images has updated wireless stack and some little changes in the WebUI.
Wireless stack has:
- new polling extension for TDMA modes which makes utilization of timeslot more efficiency and reduce latency;
- unique mesh protocol for TDMA which is designed to support load balancing, link adaptation and mobility.
Test images can be downloaded at http://www.netshe.ru/files/NETSHe.testing/
Documentation will be updated soon.
NETSHe Lab has tested own firmware and wireless stack extensions with real link in 450MHz band with Doodle Labs DL435-30 (http://www.doodlelabs.com/products/radio-transceivers/sub-ghz-range/420-...) radios.
As a result of 6 month's work, We are glad to present new TDMA for WiFi implementation.
If describe new release in a some words, it is faster, flexible and durable.
In a new release, We kept all positive points of previous implementation - excellent adaptability to the very noised environments and long distance links, and made the product better.
We reduced latency and improved throughput up to 50%.
Our reseller in India (WaveNet) has installed and tested the 34Km link with our TDMA peer-to-peer implementation.
Detailed report (with hardware, latency, throughput and other data) is available at http://www.netshe.ru/files/doc/en/netwave_p2p_test_34km.pdf
NETSHe Lab Ltd. has implemented time division multiply access for ordinary 802.11a/b/g/n hardware.
Presentation at http://www.netshe.ru/files/doc/en/netshe_tdma_pres_en.pdf provides brief overview for the implementation.
NETSHe Lab Ltd. presents time division multiply access (TDMA) implementation for ordinary 802.11 a/b/g/n equipment
Goal TDMA advantages in comparison with the CSMA/CA