A mesh node is a WAP (Wireless Application Protocol) device with multiple radio systems that acts as a mesh router and endpoint (e.g., a PC, smartphone, or printer). A node can send and receive messages to and from other nodes, acting as a relay that passes the message toward its final destination.
Multiple mesh nodes form a network that routes data between devices and clients, known as a wireless mesh network (WMN). The infrastructure of these networks helps organizations deliver a consistent and efficient connection between nodes in the network.
Wireless mesh networks can either be full or partial.
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