1. Conventional Single Channel Backhauls
Fig.1a: (left) Competing mesh products suffer from ½ Bandwidth loss with
each hop. Enlarge.
Fig. 1: Ad hoc (Peer-to-Peer) Mesh Architectures vs. Meshdynamics Scalable Tree Based Architecture.
The Two Radio, (Uplink and Downlink) Backhaul, mitigates RF interference using non-interfering channel assignments. More
3. Onboard Machine Controllers Simplifies End Devices
Fig. 4: Machine controller applications, in mesh nodes, orchestrating local and remote (supervisory) control loops. Enlarge
Machine controller applications ("apps"), running on the mesh nodes, monitor and control enterprise assets at the network edge. A low latency Pub/Sub messaging framework manages periodic packet shuttle services. Performance is analyzed in the cloud and used to dynamically tune the network topology by setting the bias directives described here . The framework is disruption tolerant - it functions despite no cloud connectivity. Placing machine controller functions in the routers simplifies end device design More