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Reply To: Geographically Scaling Modular Sensors

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    (edit : thanks Heather this is post had got stuck) @rogers1313 great to hear your project (from your posts in the https://www.envirodiy.org/topic/mayfly-v1-1-technical-questions-forum-thread/#post-17333)

    – thanks for filing your profile https://www.envirodiy.org/members/rogers1313/profile/

    I’m similar EE/and FirmWare – https://www.envirodiy.org/members/neilh20/profile/ – youre welcome to email me dreictly, but this is also a good place for discussing how to deploy.
    Matt is also deploying for TU https://www.envirodiy.org/members/mbarney/profile/
    This thread may be of interest – I’m targeting my fork for easy deployment and reliable delivery of readings .

    I’m scaling some systems for Tu N California, and documenting some of it through this (but an open source wip).


    For low cell phone service I’m using an android app “Phone Signal” https://inpocketsoftware.com/phone-signal-cell-strength-overview/ for doing a survey.
    A note, IMHO the core https://github.com/EnviroDIY/ModularSensors works for where there is reliable phone service – excluding some 90% of potential coverage range where the cell signal may be marginal.