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 Here is an example cable built using a DB25 break-out board: Here is an example cable built using a DB25 break-out board:
  
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 +There is also a variant which directly connects a USB-to-UART adaptor to a DB25 parallel cable:
  
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-This is the cable that we use in the lab to flash Mesh Extenders.+
 ===== Mesh Extender PCB Test & Programming Rig ===== ===== Mesh Extender PCB Test & Programming Rig =====
  
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 ===== Mesh Observer ===== ===== Mesh Observer =====
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 The [[content:meshobserver:main_page|Mesh Observer]] is a monitoring device that attaches to a Mesh Extender and sniffs Wi-Fi and UHF packets, forwarding them to another machine for analysis. It is useful for mapping out traffic through a Serval mesh network and diagnosing issues with [[content:tech:rhizome_bundle|bundle]] movements. The [[content:meshobserver:main_page|Mesh Observer]] is a monitoring device that attaches to a Mesh Extender and sniffs Wi-Fi and UHF packets, forwarding them to another machine for analysis. It is useful for mapping out traffic through a Serval mesh network and diagnosing issues with [[content:tech:rhizome_bundle|bundle]] movements.

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