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MESH

A wireless mesh network is a communications network made up of radio nodes organized in a mesh topology. A mesh network is a type of wireless networking that uses redundant and distributed nodes to provide greater reliability and range for any given wireless network. A number of smaller nodes, called repeaters, connect to large nodes or wireless routers to provide coverage over a larger area than would be possible with a wireless router alone. A mesh network is reliable and offers redundancy. When one node can no longer operate, the rest of the nodes can still communicate with each other, directly or through one or more intermediate nodes.

Mesh nodes provide reliable Ethernet connectivity over a high-performance, self-forming wireless mesh backbone – indoors, outdoors, or onboard moving vehicles. Designed for seamless indoor and outdoor operation, a mesh network securely handles concurrent video, voice, and data applications, making it ideal for municipal, public safety, and industrial networks. The mesh’s self-forming and self-healing properties enable rapid deployment and dependable operation.

The mesh network solves the problem of having to build out dedicated wireless networks for multiple applications and users. You can build a single infrastructure for public safety video, public Wi-Fi access, enterprise VPN, voice traffic, and SCADA dramatically reducing capital investment in the wireless backbone.

Wireless Access Points deliver a modular access solution for large scale, indoor and outdoor wireless mesh networks. Modular design enables full network and software integration of the access points while at the same time permitting independent physical placement of the hardware to provide optimal accessibility for Wi-Fi clients.

Municipalities are facing increased demands on legacy mobile infrastructures, driving the requirement for high speed mobile networks for Police Departments, Fire Departments, and converged municipality networks for improved services, billing and monitoring. In addition, there is a growing requirement for increased surveillance, and increased bandwidth between municipal offices.

These emerging demands on the edge of the municipal network are driving many important requirements on the municipal core. First and foremost is the increased bandwidth required to address the myriad of applications. Additionally, low latency is extremely important to deliver voice and video services. Network availability and guaranteed bandwidth are absolute requirements for emergency services. In addition, future scalability to enable new services, and additional departments to leverage existing infrastructure is important. Lastly, the ability to separate traffic and prioritize traffic between departments is very important.

Advanced Wireless Telecommunications, Inc. is ready to help you design and implement a robust mesh network.

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