Mobile End User Devices


Thin clients, tablets, smart phones, wave radios, voice over IP and radio over IP all provide key nodes of communication that your network should support.

A Mobile Ad hoc Network is a collection of mobile devices (often referred to as “nodes”) that form a self-configuring network. These are devices which need to provide the ability to stream voice, data and video between arbitrary pairs of devices utilizing the others as relays to avoid the need for infrastructure. The devices communicate wirelessly by relaying the data across the network through a sequence of transmissions.

A mesh network generally consists of a number of static access points around which end users connect in order to send data back and forth to an Internet gateway.  This many-to-one architecture, while easier to scale, is far less powerful than the any-to-any connectivity provided by a MANET radio.   This efficient any-to-any communication capability is particularly useful for tactical, public safety, and industrial networks, where participants need to be able to communicate directly, even when the entire fixed infrastructure has failed. A typical mesh network simply cannot provide this. In such systems, without a connection to a gateway you don’t have a network.


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