Superstition ARC Mesh Network Information.

Amateur Radio Emergency Data Network™ is a high speed, self discovering, self configuring, fault tolerant, wireless computer network that can run for days from a fully charged car battery, or indefinitely with the addition of a modest solar array or other supplemental power source. The focus is on emergency communications. For more information on our Mesh Network check out the information we have below.


[ Important News From The AREDN Website ]

The AREDN team has elected to withdraw its version 3.17.1.0 release and take its feature-set back to Development. The rationale is based on a few outstanding and difficult issues that are contributing to the lengthy delay. During this time, Ubiquiti has released and begun to ship devices with OS changes incompatible with the “frozen” 3.17.1.0 release. Our development standards prevent the introduction of new features (such as new hardware support) to a “frozen” release branch.

Please look for our upcoming release some time in the new year. Continuing the firmware development in this way will enable us to get early fixes and features to you faster through the nightly build process for the upcoming release candidates.We will leave version 3.17.1.0RC1 posted on the download page to preserve support for Ubiquiti XW products as identified on the Supported Platform Matrix. In addition, you will begin to see more activity on our “Nightly Builds” that add additional hardware support (like Nanostation M2 XW devices) and other important new features and fixes that will be included in a future release.


[ How To Get On The Mesh System ]

The document below “How To Get On The Mesh” will give you the basics needed to get you started and what hardware you need to be looking for…

How To Get On The Mesh System

[ Superstition Mesh Nodes in the Metro East Valley ]

Location of Superstition Mesh nodes in the Metro East Valley including Mesa, Gilbert, Scottsdale and surrounding communities.

Add your Mesh Node to the map or Edit Your current Info Here.

Superstition Mesh Nodes Map in the Metro East Valley


[ What Is Amateur Radio Emergency Data Network ]

This is an introductory presentation of the AREDN Project and a high-level "how to" on designing a wide-area mesh for restoring Inter/intra data-networking during disasters when primary network infrastructure has failed. See AREDN.org for more information.

Introducing AREDN, the Amateur Radio Emergency Data Network presentation. (aredn.org)


[ Amateur Radio Emergency Data Network (AREDN) ]

Here you will find information on Amateur Radio Emergency Data Network. Including Hardware, Software, and forums.

Amateur Radio Emergency Data Network Website

Amateur Radio Emergency Data Network - AREDN Mesh Network Map - Arizona

Amateur Radio Emergency Data Network Forums

[ What Is LQ, NLQ, EXT and how to easily understand it. ]

This is a great article written by Don Hill KE6BXT with the Orange County Mesh Organization and used by permission, thanks Don...

What Is LQ, NLQ and EXT Information

[ AREDN Info From HamRadioNow & Dayton Hamvention 2017. ]

AREDN from the 2016 DCC on HamRadioNow

AREDN forum at Dayton Hamvention 2017



[ Superstition ARC Mesh Network - Mail List ]

Are you interested in learning more about the Superstition ARC Mesh Network and what we are doing then send an email and get added to the Mesh mail list.

"Signup for The Superstition ARC Mesh Network Mail List"