--> ap/xxxxx

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Research for CTM/materials/noise_produce on point-contact_transistor:

From:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Point-contact_transistor

A small positive current applied to one of the two contacts had an influence on the current which flowed between the other contact and the base upon which the block of germanium was mounted. In fact, a small change in the first contact current, caused a greater change in the second contact current, thus it was an amplifier. The first contact is the "emitter" and the second contact is the "collector". Today the terminology for the three terminals of a bipolar transistor are base, emitter and collector. The low current input terminal into the Point Contact Transistor is the Emitter, while the output high current terminals are the Base and Collector.

Note:

This differs from the later type of junction transistor invented in 1951 that operates as modern transistors do, with the low current input terminal as the Base and the two high current output terminals are the Emitter and Collector.

Transistor history: http://users.arczip.com/rmcgarra2/xstrhist.html

Physical Fabrication of Transistors: http://www.cjseymour.plus.com/elec/basicfab/fab.htm

Crystal Fire: The Invention, Development and Impact of the Transistor [Michael Riordan et al.]

William Shockley's Transistor: http://www.nyas.org/programs/nobel/essay5.html

HIVE settings: (tech_notes2#27)

NOW: 192.168.1.23. pass: admin. openwrt port 8080:

wired: 192.168.2.20

// essid: 10100 mode ad-hoc (not to use: xxxxx)

ipkg install kmod-usb-serial-ftdi

ipkg install kmod-usb-serial

insmod usbserial

insmod ftdi_sio

ls /dev/usb/tts/0

network

wl0_infra=0 for Ad Hoc

nvram showgrep wifi
vram showgrep wl0

nvram set key=value

nvram commit

use orinoco card is best for adhoc

filesystem

put software in /home

Our script runs on boot if we make script:

#!/bin/sh /etc/rc.common
# Example script
# Copyright (C) 2007 OpenWrt.org

START=96
STOP=15

start() {        
echo start
# commands to launch application
/home/mysendOSC -h 192.168.1.22 9999 &

}                 

stop() {          
echo stop
# commands to kill application 
}

as /etc/init.d/myosc

and then invoke:

/etc/init.d/myosc enable