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A Wireless Mesh Network is where Mesh networking works as a way of transmitting data. In this type of network, a node not only just sends or receives data, but relays the data to other nodes and each node works to circulate data in the network.

A wireless mesh network works as a collection of nodes where each node also works as a router. It is quite similar to a Wi-Fi access point where network can be provided only within the reach of a signal and connection goes off once the Wi-Fi is powered off. Mesh nodes works by rerouting the data to other hops to which it is connected for passing through the empty area where a node is off or missing. Though the Mesh networking comes in both forms of physical and wireless, it is more common for the wireless networks since the cabling cost is needed for a physical networking.

A mesh node works in a cooperative way where the more it is added the greater the bandwidth becomes. In traditional networking system, more bandwidth was added for more data to pass in real time. But once the data was less, the bandwidth got wasted. But in Mesh networking, the bandwidth scales automatically when the number of user increases or decreases.

Application

Mesh network is involved with various fixed or mobile devices like tunnels or oil rigs, high-speed video applications on public transport etc. it has been deployed by the Electric Smart Meter system where a meter reading is transferred from one household to the other and eventually to the meter office. No human meter reader is needed thus or the physical cabling for that matter.

Google Home, Google OnHub or Google Wi-Fi also supports the Mesh Networking/ Wi-Fi system. 

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