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Home » Applications & Technologies » Wireless Mesh Networking
Applications & Technologies

The dream of a seamlessly connected world may becoming reality with wireless mesh networks. Wireless mesh networks allow entire cities to be connected using inexpensive existing technology. Unlike traditional networks that rely on a small number of wired access points or wireless hotspots to connect users, wireless mesh networks provide a network connection that is spread out among dozens or even hundreds of wireless mesh nodes that “talk” to each other to share the network connection across a large area.

Topology
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Network Topology refers to the physical layout of computers, cable, wireless cells, and other network equipment.
Protocols
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The "Stack" of software controlling the radio and it's members on the mesh network.
Applications
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There are many applications using various Wireless Mesh technologies:
Asset Tracking
Tank Monitoring
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Connecting with a Wireless World

The use of mesh networks have grown substantially since they were first introduced. The current estimations expect revenues to exceed...

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Adding Range to Wireless Mesh

The terrific thing about wireless devices is that - well, they don't have any wires. A mesh network is a network of nodes...

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Why Mesh Networking

Get your wireless products to market faster by greatly reducing the design-to-production path...

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An Update on Short Range Wireless Technology

Drop-in radio modules, many with built in antennas, can be loaded with pre-packaged application software to quickly test and prototype designs.

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