03/06/2020 at 03:25 •
It looks like the basic principle of QMesh -- that a synchronized, flooded mesh network can achieve a decently-high packet receive rate via the capture effect -- is valid.
If I place two relay nodes right next to each other, I can get a packet receive rate (PRR) of around 80-100% when the received signals are strong. For marginal signal strengths, the collisions seem to effectively raise the noise floor.
02/19/2020 at 14:50 •
Basic meshing (i.e., data relaying) is working. Getting receive working was somewhat challenging due to some SPI bus contention issues as well as some CPU usage issues.
This weekend will hopefully be the time when we determine whether successful capture works!