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 Wireless Mesh Networks 

AcknowledgementsIntroductionMesh network basicsHistory HighlightsMotivationEconomicsPoliticsSocial ImpactRegulatoryTaxonomy of Mesh TypesDesign ParametersHow many radios?TransportAccessRF concernsWhat layers does it run on?Topology ControlMobility HandoffsApplicationsContentOperationsAccounting and BillingManagementGetting Power to the NodeSurvey ToolsPlanning ToolsMounting OptionsTesting ToolsMeshes you can buildConclusionApplicable StandardsKnown DeploymentsMesh TimelineMesh Network VendorsBibliographyGlossaryIndex


Architectures[edit]

Review of three generation of mesh networking architectures http://wireless-straight-talk.blogspot.com/2006/11/talkin-bout-my-generation.html What is Third Generation Mesh?

Performance issues of First and Second Generation Mesh products http://www.google.com/search?q=cache:bMPl1QN_sI0J:www.dailywireless.org/2004/06/28/ugly-truth-about-mesh-networks Ugly Truths About Mesh Networks

Vendors[edit]

Locust World An open source meshap offering for community networks as well as commercial offerings >http://www.locustworld.com LocustWorld

RoamAD For a software based approach to open architecture mesh networks for communities or ISPs. RoamAD also offers public safety networks capable of supporting video surveillance and mobile VoIP. http://www.roamad.com RoamAD

Mesh Networks (now Motorola) http://www.wi-fiplanet.com/columns/article.php/961951 http://www.wi-fiplanet.com/news/article.php/3436581

Metro Wi-Fi Deployments

Cambridge

"Municipal Mesh Network Protocols developed at MIT are helping the city of Cambridge to go wireless". http://www.technologyreview.com/InfoTech/wtr_16427,258,p1.html. 

Books[edit]

Held, Gilbert Wireless Mesh Networks http://www.amazon.com/Wireless-Mesh-Networks-Gilbert-Held/dp/0849329604