[LAU] MIDI over wifi on Linux, revisited

Jonathan E. Brickman jeb at ponderworthy.com
Mon Jan 4 19:01:42 UTC 2016

On Mon, January 4, 2016 7:00 am, Mac wrote:
>> I work in a theater that has a really crowded wifi spectrum and the
>> building is essentially a big metal box.
> ...
>> We have noticeable dropout issues all the time.
> ...
>> PS: If anyone has a good solution to this sort of crowding, I'd love to
>> hear it.
> The point of unlicensed ISM band operation is you get a lot of freedom to
> play with different protocols, etc. because the power is low enough it
> only affects your own premises.
> If you can't control the broadcasting devices on your premises, then you
> need to change to licensed spectrum devices (like UHF band microphones).
Tried directional wifi antennas, and/or powerline networking, for 
nonportable needs?  Otherwise, indeed, licensed spectrum sounds to me 
like the option.  I would definitely take the crew comm off 2.4GHz off 
one way or another, there are a lot more options for comm out there, and 
no matter what doing this will help things.

Jonathan E. Brickman   jeb at ponderworthy.com   (785)233-9977
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