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 Subject :Re:W5HTF Node Observed from Pikes Peak.. 2017-04-05- 13:13:55 
W5HTF
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Joined: 2015-05-16- 21:20:54
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Location: Aurora, CO
I am near Hampden Avenue between Gun Club and Tower Roads. Thank you for the signal Report. I haven't been able to do much with Mesh lately but would like to rebouble my efforts.
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 Subject :Re:W5HTF Node Observed from Pikes Peak.. 2017-04-05- 13:14:10 
W5HTF
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Double and Triple post. Sorry.

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 Subject :Re:W5HTF Node Observed from Pikes Peak.. 2017-04-05- 13:14:13 
W5HTF
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Joined: 2015-05-16- 21:20:54
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Double and Triple Post, Sorry.

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 Subject :Re:W5HTF Node Observed from Pikes Peak.. 2017-05-07- 21:25:24 
KD8OHY
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Joined: 2017-04-19- 19:06:27
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I live south of Centennial with decent LOS to the north, hoping to get a node set up here soon, but I'm a bit stumped as far as the hardware goes. The Ubiquity stuff is more modern, but what I've read about the firmware incompatibilities scares me a bit. Not sure what hardware would be 'best'.
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 Subject :Re:W5HTF Node Observed from Pikes Peak.. 2017-06-05- 15:33:22 
W5HTF
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Joined: 2015-05-16- 21:20:54
Posts: 10
Location: Aurora, CO
Basically you just have to flash the device with the older firmware before you can flash it with the BBHN software. I got nervous the first time I did it but after 3 nodes now it is easy.
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