I see, just reading the "User’s Guide to Setting Up and Using Outernet Dreamcatcher v 3.02Q
With Skylark 5.1 (As of March 29, 2018)"
and l like:
- 2 micro plugs for charging and be
an uninterruptible power supply if the primary charging source goes away
- the Dreamcatcher’s WiFi Hotspot, you need to be within 10 feet of the
device because the Dreamcatcher’s WiFi Hotspot is not very powerful.
But if connected Dreamcatcher to Your Local Router by WiFi as a Client
the device could still act as a server and offer users option to install chat
client for various OS platforms (Android, Windows, Linux etc.) and once
connected in “Client mode” no need to modify the above you mentioned
also looking at the main website
outernet = "Use cases include radio broadcasting, emergency alerts, and educational content delivery."
outernet = slow satellite connection …
so please correct me if I am wrong, the target audience is not people that already have Internet access via Dial up, xDSL, Satelite or mobile GPRS,EDGE,HSDPA, HSxxx,LTE but people that do not have Internet access so remote parts of world, possible in maritime use (I would love to take Lantern with me on the cruise liner ) or areas that have been hit by and I quote
Disaster - when reliable communication is most important
So this device would only be of use if during the disaster the information is beamed down Outernets network subject to Outernets satellite coverage in the area as well, but having locally running server on the Dreamcatcher/Lantern hardware and being build into Skylark that would allow users communicate with each other that would be a huge bonus and selling point?