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Yes, the FCC might ban your operating system

Over the last few weeks a discussion has flourished over the FCC’s Notification of Proposed Rule Making (NPRM) on modular transmitters and electronic labels for wireless devices. Some folks have felt that the phrasing has…

ByShelly Coen

September 21, 2015

Automated Tests for OpenWrt

Mike Anderson here, an Engineer at Qualcomm Atheros, Inc. We recently posted a new open source project to Github that I’m pretty excited about, called boardfarm.  It was created two years ago, and has been…


September 16, 2015

Too many good submissions to OpenWrt Summit

When I began my planning for the OpenWrt Summit, I have to admit I had doubts. Even though I knew the community was very strong, I’d never organized an event like this before. All kinds…

ByShelly Coen

September 10, 2015

Want to hear what going on in OpenWrt?

We have our weekly US prplwrt Meeting on Friday, August 28 at our normal time of 11AM PT. As always, everyone, no matter their location, is welcome to join. I’m looking forward to hearing what…

ByShelly Coen

August 27, 2015

prpl Foundation Sponsors Wireless Battle of the Mesh Event

Leverages Industry Collaboration, Open Standards, Open Source Community SANTA CLARA, CA, July 30, 2015 –The prpl Foundation, an open-source non-profit foundation focused on enabling next-generation datacenter-to-device portable software and virtualized architectures, today announced its sponsorship…

ByShelly Coen

July 30, 2015

Hackers Rule at First Open Wireless Hackathon

You know you have a good event when the event organizer sends out a last-minute email asking attendees to BYOC – bring your own chair – because every seat in the house is taken. That’s…

ByCesare Garlati

April 22, 2015