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srnet

I have three Arduino board with me and I have integrated  NRF23L01 as a wireless transmitter and a receiver.
NRF23L01 ?

Your confident that these modules will give you the range\distance required ?
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Roshan67

@srnet
It doesnot have to be exactly 2-3 kms.
My main purpose is to demonstrate such working environment
With the concept of passing message

srnet

@srnet
It doesnot have to be exactly 2-3 kms.
My main purpose is to demonstrate such working environment
With the concept of passing message

Then your working on a project that is different to what you originally described and wanted advice on.

Your now saying, in effect, that distance is not important, which puts a completly different perspective on the project.

Getting details rights avoids a lot of time wasting. 

 
No PMs please, they dont get answered.

noiasca

imho best advice was already given in post #4.

some further research LoRa Mesh

you even might come up with this paper: http://www.jkjmanagement.com/wfiot/papers/1570506788.pdf Usecase B describes what the TO wants to analyze.

or https://pycom.io/launching-mesh-networks/
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