Arizona Mesh Organization - Active Node Map.

Amateur Radio Emergency Data Network Home Page. - Logo used by permission - Randy WU2S

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. On this page you will find a current map of our Mesh Network. The map program was developed and is maintained by Eric KG6WXC. The Arizona Mesh Organization would like to thank Eric for his work on this project..


Arizona Mesh Organization Mesh Information Map


The Arizona Mesh Organization Mesh Information Map was written by Eric - KG6WXC

This live map shows participating Mesh nodes that have elected to share their position publicly. The information on this map has been derived from OLSR and the nodes themselves. The link colors are based on the quality of the link. The ETX Green denotes an ETX starting at 1.0 Yellow is an ETX of 5.0 Red is 10.0(+) Black is infinite cost and unusable Directly wired links are Purple Internet Tunnels (VPNs) are gray. Click on each node for more information.

In very simple terms, the Amateur Radio Emergency Data Network (AREDN) Mesh Network Project is a very large, long range Wi-Fi type network system, except its for licensed amateur radio operators and can operate on amateur radio frequencies.


[ Camera From Diablo Peak, Santa Cruz Island, California. ]

This camera is located on Diablo Peak, Santa Cruz Island, California. It is approximately 10 mile off the coast near Santa Barbara, CA and operated by the Santa Barbara ARC.

Diablo Peak Camera, Santa Cruz Island, California