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Mesh networking is a type of networking wherein each node in the network may act as an independent router, regardless of whether it is connected to another network or not. It allows for continuous connections and reconfiguration around broken or blocked paths by “hopping” from node to node until the destination is reached. A mesh network whose nodes are all connected to each other is a fully connected network. 

Wireless mesh networks were originally developed for military applications and are typical of mesh architectures. Over the past decade the size, cost, and power requirements of radios has declined, enabling more radios to be included within each device acting as a mesh node. The additional radios within each node enable it to support multiple functions such as client access, backhaul service, and scanning (required for high speed handover in mobile applications). Additionally, the reduction in radio size, cost, and power has enabled the mesh nodes to become more modular--one node or device now can contain multiple radio cards or modules, allowing the nodes to be customized to handle a unique set of functions and frequency bands.

Work in this field has been aided by the use of game theory methods to analyze strategies for the allocation of resources and routing of packets. 

Mesh network applications

  • Wireless mesh network
  • Distinct radio node deployments of Wireless Mesh Networking
  • BioWeb
  • Wireless ad hoc network
  • Wireless community network
  • Mobile ad hoc network (MANET)
  • Vehicular ad-hoc network

  • Wireless mesh networks were originally developed for military applications and are typical of mesh architectures. Over the past decade the size, cost, and power requirements of radios has declined, enabling more radios to be included within each device acting as a mesh node. The additional radios within each node enable it to support multiple functions such as client access, backhaul service, and scanning (required for high speed handover in mobile applications). Additionally, the reduction in radio size, cost, and power has enabled the mesh nodes to become more modular--one node or device now can contain multiple radio cards or modules, allowing the nodes to be customized to handle a unique set of functions and frequency bands.

    Work in this field has been aided by the use of game theory methods to analyze strategies for the allocation of resources and routing of packets. 

    Wireless Mesh networks are usually based on D and Q (Dual and Quad radio)series.
    Different routing protocols are supported in Excel Networks radios configuration to accelerate configuration and maintenance of all points.

     

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