Wireless mesh network

A wireless (WMN) is a communications made up of radio organized in a mesh topology.

It can also be a form of wireless ad hoc .

A mesh refers to rich interconnection among devices or .

Wireless mesh networks often consist of mesh clients, mesh routers and gateways.

Mobility of is less frequent. If constantly or frequently move, the mesh spends more time updating routes than delivering data.

In a wireless , topology tends to be more static, so that routes computation can converge and delivery of data to their destinations can occur.

Hence, this is a low-mobility centralized form of wireless ad hoc .

Also, because it sometimes relies on static to act as gateways, it is not a truly all-wireless ad hoc .