Meshdynamics
Meshdynamics  Scalable Mesh Network Technology  
   
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  Tree Topology Emulates Scalable Wired Switch Stacks

1. Wired networks operate by splitting up the network into smaller, more manageable sub-networks ("domains"), each of which operate independently. MeshDynamics multi-radio mesh nodes emulate a wireless ("channels") version of the wired switch stack paradigm.
 
 
 
  Dynamic Channel Management  Manages RF Interference Proactively.

2. Earlier-generation mesh networking products perform poorly in multi-hop (node-to-node relay) environments.  Meshdynamics' patented low latency multiple radio wireless mesh preserves high performance [over multiple hops] that's been available only in wired networks until today.

 
 
 
  MeshControlTM Is Radio and Protocol Agnostic -- Future Proof By Design.

3. Scalable software techniques mandate a level of device abstraction - Object Oriented programming . In the embedded system space, this is easier said than done. Our radio & protocol agnostic approach provides this core competence to OEM source code licensees.

 
 
  Packet Flow Optimization for Real Time, Latency Sensitive, VOIP Traffic.
 

4. Moving small packets (e.g. VOIP) through the mesh network uses significant overhead. Combine this with the relatively small packets for VoIP sent at regular intervals, (e.g. every 20 ms) and the overall system becomes increasingly inefficient with varying latency and jitter.
 

 
  Low Latency  hand off even with vehicles moving at 60 mpg.

5. MeshDynamics MD4350 wireless mesh nodes were set up in a one-mile test course along a public road, simulating a railroad right-of-way. The automobile was driven in repeated passes along the simulated railroad right-of-way at speeds of 55-60 mph. Throughput plot included.
 
 

 
  Relative performance analysis of wireless mesh networking architectures. 

6. This paper analyses in detail how with merely 5 simultaneous clients per mesh node, both the single radio ad hoc and the dual-radio, single radio mesh architectures cannot provide usable bandwidth (for voice/video) beyond 2 hops and the implications of these limitations..

 
 
 
  Independent Studies Validating Meshdynamics Multi-hop Performance

7. The Battelle Institute, Naval Postgraduate School and the US Air Force concur: Our mesh nodes provide the best throughput, latency, and jitter, through the use of our patented dynamic channel allocation and tree-based mesh topology. See Also: Mobility Test Report (item 5)).

 
 
 
  The Abstracted Network for Enterprises and the Internet of Things

8. Leveraging our Radio and Protocol Agnostic Approach and working closely with our OEM licensees.  Meshdynamics is exploring extensions of our scalable mesh technology to address existing challenges in Industrial Internet of Things (IIOT)
 
 
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