IP mesh radio network.
What is a mesh radio?
A mesh radio network consists of nodes that can relay data for the network. A flooding or routing technique is used by each node to deliver messages. It can provide critical transmission links for long-distance and large-capacity communications, allowing encrypted IP based data, audio and video to be shared across the network.
Integrated into every radio are Wi-Fi access points, Bluetooth access points, and GPS/PLI receivers. The mesh network can be accessed from an array of Wi-Fi enabled devices, such as DMR radios, cell phones, sensors, biometric devices, defibrillators, for example.
How does a mesh radio network work?
A mesh network (or meshnet) is a local network topology in which infrastructure nodes (bridges, switches, and other infrastructure devices) are interconnected dynamically and non-hierarchically so that data can be routed efficiently.
This network topology is known as mesh technology, or IP mesh radio.
How does communication between mesh nodes work?
The nodes in a mesh network are programmed to communicate and exchange information with each other, unlike wired or wireless networks that use Wi-Fi devices.
Dynamic routing allows information to be passed wirelessly from one node to another in an efficient and safe manner.
Does it depend on public communication infrastructure?
There is no connection with public communication infrastructure in this network.
As an IP-based network, the network can interface with cellular modems, SATCOM modems, private fibre-based IP networks, and public IP networks (as long as authority is available).