Amateur Radio Emergency Data Network Supported Hardware.

The supported platform matrix identifies the make and models of hardware which may be used with AREDN firmware in the various frequency bands. The equipment marked with a green background is fully supported and tested. Models with a red background are NOT supported nor are they compatible with AREDN firmware. The orange background indicates equipment that is likely to work well, but has not yet been thoroughly tested. Equipment with a yellow background is in the research stage and may or may not achieve fully-supported status depending on test results.

By clickings on the links below you be taken directly to the AREDN Supported Patform Matrix Page and the Uploading firmware to Ubiquiti and software page.

AREDN - Before flashing a Ubiquiti device that is running or has been running AirOS version 5.6

AREDN -Supported Platform Matrix for hardware.

AREDN - Uploading firmware to a Ubiquiti device



[ Additional Notes and Information ]

  1. Regarding XW hardware revisions:
    1. AirOS versions before 5.5.8 are likely an XM hardware revision (older design).
    2. AirOS versions >= 5.5.8 is *MOST LIKELY* an XW hardware revision (new design).
    3. (exception) AirOS versions = 5.5.10 could be either XM or XW hardware.
    4. The only definitive technique to determine this is to login to the device.
  2. Regarding YELLOW devices:
    1. Any device/model indicated in YELLOW, is being researched by the AREDN development team. This research does not guarantee, nor, directly imply, that these devices will be included in a future release of AREDN. These devices may transition to a RED (no support) state at any time, if defects/issues are found.
    2. Pertinent information about these will be noted in bloodhound.aredn.org
    3. PowerBeam devices physically have model #s of "NBE-xx-yyy" printed on them, however, they are marketed as "PBE-xx-yyy".

By clicking on the link below you be taken directly to the AREDN Software Page.

Amateur Radio Emergency Data Network - Software Page.



[ Superstition Mesh - SSID & Node Name Info. ]

We have put together an easy to follow standard and is very simple to change your node to what we are running..

The SSID is: AREDN
On 2.4 GHz itís Channel -2 (2397) @ 10 GHz wide.
On 5.4 GHz itís Channel 149 (5745) @ 10 MHz wide.

Below is the Node Name list with examples:

  1. Call Sign
  2. Type of equipment
  3. M3 or M5 if not operating on 2.4 GHz
  4. Direction antenna is pointed.
Omni antennas are O and no direction is specified.

Some examples:

W7XYZ-AG-WNW (Airgrid on 2.4 GHz pointed west north west.)
W7XYZ-B-O (Bullet on 2.4 GHz with an omni antenna)
W7XYZ-B-SECT-E (Bullet on 2.4 GHz with a sector antenna pointed east.)
W7XYZ-AGM5-ESE (Airgrid on 5.4 GHz pointed east south east.)
W7XYZ-LOCO-W (Nano Station Loco on 2.4 GHz pointed west.)

[ What Is LQ, NLQ and EXT Information. ]

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

What Is LQ, NLQ and EXT Information



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