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by jueti
05 Feb 2017, 23:02
Forum: General questions
Topic: [SOLVED] 5Ghz Wifi extension
Replies: 3
Views: 582

Re: 5Ghz Wifi extension

The built-in chipset for network functions does certainly not support 5GHz band.
You can read details in the "change SD card" thread where some of us took a cam apart and had a quick analysis on the built-in components.
by jueti
04 Feb 2017, 00:03
Forum: General questions
Topic: IR's LED's off/on every 60 seconds
Replies: 8
Views: 451

Re: IR's LED's off/on every 60 seconds

Hi DAJ, thanks for your video.
Having watched it and comparing with my own cam I Can now confirm that mine does have this behaviour as well.
I stated otherwise some time ago but reconfirmed and actually yes, it does.
by jueti
02 Feb 2017, 23:29
Forum: General questions
Topic: Change SD Card
Replies: 109
Views: 8044

Re: Change SD Card

Thanks pmoore31, I had a quick look at the pictures you have kindly sent an hour ago. Now, what do we have: The SoC – Allwinner A83T 8-core ARM Cortex-A7 processor @ either 1.8 or 2.0 GHz, equipped with 512 KB L1 cache, 1 MB L2 cache Such main processors are being used in ultra-compact computer appl...
by jueti
02 Feb 2017, 20:34
Forum: General questions
Topic: Change SD Card
Replies: 109
Views: 8044

Re: Change SD Card

Not yet, too busy with my daytime job which keeps me travelling over the weekend. The network module they use is a pretty standard one. It is single banded on 2.4GHz and does not allow to work on 5GHz, but has a radio and bluetooth support built-in which Netatmo doesn't use. I need to get back to pm...
by jueti
02 Feb 2017, 00:15
Forum: General questions
Topic: Is it worth buying?
Replies: 19
Views: 709

Re: Is it worth buying?

Just have to caution that a frame grab is not the best way to judge video quality. It needs to be observed in motion. As one example, chances are that the still image on live view on your Presence looks much better before hitting play than what you'll see once it's in motion - even after the stream...
by jueti
01 Feb 2017, 22:15
Forum: General questions
Topic: Is it worth buying?
Replies: 19
Views: 709

Re: Is it worth buying?

Now this is what I call "stunning video quality", if I may use a sentence I have read on the Presence website ... ;-)

@ NETATMO admins
May I suggest your product managers and software engineers want to have a look at these kind of competitor products and do some market analysis ?
by jueti
01 Feb 2017, 22:11
Forum: General questions
Topic: Duration for Push Notifications
Replies: 4
Views: 307

Re: Duration for Push Notifications

Sending a message to 2 different iPhone users at same time can result in different times of receiving the message as well, even if they are standing next to each other. Each carrier transmission backbone varies not only one by one but even depending on which tarif your mobile isbooked upon. My compa...
by jueti
01 Feb 2017, 19:56
Forum: General questions
Topic: Have Had Enough of This!
Replies: 10
Views: 1277

Re: Have Had Enough of This!

Look at all the amazon shops (com, de, fr, ...) and you get the image that this are not "few" being disappointed or even not satisfied with the delivered product. It is not to make people get scared, but to let them know. We have bought two units ourselves, they ran smoothly for some weeks, and when...
by jueti
01 Feb 2017, 19:47
Forum: General questions
Topic: Is it worth buying?
Replies: 19
Views: 709

Re: Is it worth buying?

No objection here, ldplusse. Some of us here are disappointed because of the marketing bubble Netatmo has created which of course has significantly increased the expectation bias. High rise, high fall I would say. And don't forget they charge a price which elevates them into a "premium" category - i...
by jueti
01 Feb 2017, 18:56
Forum: General questions
Topic: Change SD Card
Replies: 109
Views: 8044

Re: Change SD Card

Your images reveal they are using an AMPAK module for WiFi+Bluetooth 4.0+FM RX

The SIP Module Spec Sheet can be found here:

http://wiki.friendlyarm.com/wiki/images ... 022014.pdf

looking forward to find out which video processor and RAM units they are using ...

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