jasonjordan writes "The West Australian FreeNet Group was the first to go War Flying - and now we've released "frottle" (freenet throttle) - an open source project to control & manage traffic on fixed wireless networks. Such control eliminates the common hidden-node effect even on large scale wireless networks.
frottle works by scheduling client traffic by using a master node to co-ordinate - effectively eliminating collisions!
Developed and tested on the large community wireless network of WaFreeNet, We've found it has given us a significant improvement in network usability and throughput.
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