The Mesh Potato is an inexpensive WiFi wireless mesh technology that integrates voice (VoIP) and data services into a single network device. The Mesh Potato creates a wireless network that allows anyone in the Mesh Potato network to connect with any communication device.
The MP2 Basic has the following features:
-16/64MB flash/ram configuration -Two ethernet ports -High-speed UART for console support -SLIC for VOIP/PCM -USB 2.0 host/device mode support -GPIO/LED support -JTAG-based processor debugging supported -Internal chip antenna -Standard power supply 7.5-12VDC
Village Telco and the Mesh Potato were developed through a fellowship at the Shuttleworth Foundation in South Africa, and is the result of the contributions from a wide variety of dedicated wireless developers. It builds on existing open source software and is itself completely open.
Publicly available: yes
Countries where available: Worldwide
Price range (USD): 39 to 89 USD
Available online: yes
Offered or can be licensed for local manufacture: Yes
Dimensions: 11cm x 8cm x 2.5cm
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