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Linux powers mesh router for first responders

Jan 27, 2005 — by Henry Kingman — from the LinuxDevices Archive — views

Sensoria used Linux in a wireless mesh router that can bridge civil service radio networks, enabling first responders to communicate at emergency scenes. The EnRoute400 runs a 2.6-series kernel, along with proprietary mesh networking software. It targets emergency response, homeland security, military, and industrial applications.

Find out more about the EnRoute400, and its proprietary wireless mesh networking technology, in our complete device profile.

Read device profile of Sensoria EnRoute400

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