The pairing of a very small Linux-based wireless router with do-able battery operation and an open source Linux distribution creates a flexible solution for addressing a lot of undefined problems. A few people have already hacked their way through the details and left instructions for others to follow.
Both devices are based on the OpenWrt linux distribution for embedded systems that is popular for open source router implementations. The TP-Link router and its siblings are quite the rage in hacker projects, also appearing in this Martin Melchior project documented on hackaday.com.
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