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The Serval Project Wiki
This wiki provides resources for developers and users of The Serval Project. If you have any suggestions for content to be included in the Wiki, please contact wikiadmin [at] servalproject.org.
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- How to report a bug – we appreciate you taking the trouble, please read this to make your effort count
- Contact the Serval Project – how to reach a real person
- Current activity – projects, grants and initiatives – units of work in progress and completed
- Technology roadmap – what we have built, are building, would like to build, and will not build
- Publications and reports – publications, external reports and internal white-papers
- Development – hardware, software, UI, testing, documentation… how the Serval Project builds things
- Wiki editing policy – how to contribute to this Wiki
Serval Mesh is an Android app that provides highly secure mesh networking, voice calls, text messaging and file sharing between mobile phones using Wi-Fi, without the need for a SIM or any other infrastructure like mobile cell towers, Wi-Fi hotspots or Internet access.
Serval Mesh Extender (Formerly Mesh Helper)
- powered by any external USB power source (5V 500mA)
- Mesh Extenders mesh together over short distances using Ad Hoc Wi-Fi, and over longer distances using packet radio on the ISM 915 MHz band. Our ad-hoc packet radio system uses the RFD900 long-range UHF radio with custom CSMA firmware.
- provides a standard Wi-Fi Access Point for nearby devices (such as smart phones) that do not support Ad Hoc Wi-Fi mode
- provides a platform for future Serval Project initiatives, such as the commoditisation of many classes of medical monitoring devices.
Trial Deployments & Exercises
The following is a list of past and planned trial deployments and related activities.