I am actively developing and maintaining a variety of software related to Free & Open Communications Systems. The following list serves as an entry point to further explore these efforts.
- Reticulum is the cryptography-based networking stack for wide-area networks built on readily available hardware, that can operate even with very high latency and extremely low bandwidth.
- LXMF is a simple and flexible messaging format and delivery protocol that allows a wide variety of implementations, while using as little bandwidth as possible.
- Nomad Network is an off-grid, resilient mesh communication platform with strong encryption, forward secrecy and extreme privacy.
- Sideband is an LXMF client for Android, Linux and macOS. It allows you to communicate over Reticulum networks.
- RNode Firmware is flexible multiplatform firmware that can be used to turn LoRa development boards into general-purpose, long range data radios with low power consumption. This allows carrying Reticulum or IP traffic over LoRa.
- RNode Configuration Utility is the configuration utility used for installing and configuring the RNode Firmware on supported boards.
- OpenModem Firmware is a flexible open-source AFSK modem implementation.
- tncattach is a program that lets you attach any KISS-compatible TNC as a generic, ethernet-compatible networking interface in Linux.
- LoRaMon is a LoRa packet sniffer for use with RNode
- MicroAPRS is an open-source and easy-to-use APRS firmware for ATmega328p microcontrollers.
- LibAPRS is an Arduino APRS library.
- MicroModemGP is an experimental general-purpose modem implementation for the ATmega328p microcontroller.
If any of these projects have been helpful to you or your community, please donate to help keep this work alive and available.