MeshDynamics
MeshDynamics Structured MeshTM  Patented Technology  
   

 
  Structured MeshTM : Benefits over non-tree mesh networking architectures. 

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. More

 
 
  MeshControlTM : Radio and Protocol Agnostic Routing Control, Future Proof By Design.

Scalable software techniques mandate a level of device abstraction - Object Oriented programming .Our Open Source centric approach is intentionally radio & protocol agnostic.
This accelerates product development for our OEM source code licensees. More

 
 


 
  P3MTM : Persistent 3rd Generation Mobile Connectivity for  military, mining. 

Our mobile multi-radio backhaul 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. Field Test  P3M Manual 
 
 


 
  EffistreamTM : Real Time, Efficient Traffic Flow Across Network
 
Moving small, periodic M2M or VOIP packets through the wireless mesh network requires special concatenation techniques to ensure low latency and jitter performance.  More
 

 
  MeshSuiteTM : Wireless Mesh Network Software Integrated into OEM products

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 IOT. MD4000-MeshSuite  Wi-Fi-Simulation-Engine   
 

 
  Collateral: Independent Studies and US Government Field Test Validations

The Battelle Institute, Naval Postgraduate School and US Air Force concur: MeshDynamics provides the best throughput, latency through our patented dynamic channel allocation, tree-based mesh topology management and mobile network support. Performance Analysis