Wireless mesh network

A wireless (WMN) is a 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 move, the mesh spends more time updating routes than delivering .

In a wireless , topology tends to be more static, so that routes computation can converge and of 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 .

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