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Low-cost wireless mesh communications based on openWRT and voice over internet protocol Nina Siti Aminah; Muhamamad Reza Ramadhani Raharjo; Maman Budiman
International Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering (IJECE) Vol 11, No 6: December 2021
Publisher : Institute of Advanced Engineering and Science

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11591/ijece.v11i6.pp5119-5126


Technology makes it easier for us to communicate over a distance. However, there are still many remote areas that find it difficult to communicate. This is due to the fact that communication infrastructure in some areas is expensive to build while the profit will be low. This paper proposes to combine voice over internet protocol (VoIP) over mesh network implemented on openWRT router. The routers are performing mesh functions. We set up a VoIP server on a router and enabled session initiation protocol (SIP) clients on other routers. Therefore, we only need routers as a means of communication. The experiment showed very good results, in the line-of-sight (LOS) condition, they are limited to reception distances up to 145 meters while in the non-line-of-sight (NLOS) condition, they are limited to reception distances up to 55 meters.
Sistem Monitoring Konversi Wifi-RSSI Menjadi Jarak Antar Device dan Router Menggunakan Node-Red Pada Pengembangan Sistem Navigasi Dalam Ruang Rifqi Nafis Mubaroq; Nina Siti Aminah
Proceedings Series on Physical & Formal Sciences Vol. 1 (2021): Proceedings of Smart Advancement on Engineering and Applied Science
Publisher : UM Purwokerto Press

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (992.367 KB) | DOI: 10.30595/pspfs.v1i.130


A global positioning system (GPS) is often used as a tool for determining direction and positioning. However, GPS is weak in estimating the error, which is quite large at the actual distance, so positioning in a narrow area cannot work well. Therefore, a better method is needed to be used as a narrow-navigation system. This study aimed to determine whether RSSI has a better error than GPS for navigation devices in a narrow space or area. The method used was plotting graphs using Ms. Excel and determining the value of R square. The RSSI value was obtained through the Esp8266 device and then sent to the server via the MQTT protocol and converted using Node-Red on the Raspberry Pi. The comparison results of the Esp8266 device RSSI graph match the Laptop RSSI device as a reference. The match between the relative distance to the RSSI with the actual distance shows a 3.3-33% error. This result is considered much better than the GPS error.