Point-to-Multipoint (Wireless Mesh)
A wireless mesh network is made up of three or more wireless access points, working in harmony with each other while sharing each other routing protocols, in a collection of cross-connect links to create an interconnected electronic pathway for the transmission between two or more computers. When a wireless mesh is form it creates a single name identifier for access and the signals between wireless access points are used with each other to clearly distinguishable from another network.
Outdoor point to multipoint wireless bridging systems offer today's most flexible, economical, and easily deployed solutions for connecting multiple remote sites to the network. These systems are ideal for interconnecting campus buildings, security systems, control systems, IP video surveillance cameras, and WISP applications, integrating remote business sites, or installing last mile connections.