Figure 95 Higher capacity of mesh network in Objective-C

Creating Data Matrix in Objective-C Figure 95 Higher capacity of mesh network

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nodes with all or many nodes in the network having multiple connections to the other nodes Consequently, there are multiple paths from each node to any other node in the network The denser a mesh network, the more alternate paths there are in the network In the event that a failure occurs in a path such that the traffic cannot be routed through the path, alternate paths may be used to route the traffic In general, a mesh network does not have a single point of failure Therefore, mesh networks provide a level of redundancy unmatched by most other types of networks
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High end-to-end capacity For the same reason that a mesh network provides ample redundancy, it also provides a higher level of end-to-end capacity than could normally be realized In a mesh network, each alternate path not only serves as a backup path to be used during failure, it also serves as an alternate path to be used to serve more capacity For example, in Figure 95, traffic from node A to B can be routed along node C to the extent that the path through node C meets the capacity demand of the traffic However, if more capacity is needed than what is offered by the path through C, the path through node D could also be used to meet the higher demand High network capacity A mesh network allows for more efficient use of available network resources thereby maximizing network capacity High end-to-end capacity, as discussed above, is one example of an efficient use of network resources In a similar fashion, traffic between one set of nodes can be routed without
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Figure 95 Higher capacity of mesh network
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compromising the capacity available to route traffic between another set of nodes For example, as illustrated in Figure 95, data traffic between node A and node B can be routed (along the dotted line connecting the two nodes) without affecting the data traffic between node E and F (which is routed along the dotted line connecting the two nodes) In the similar fashion, mesh networks can confine regional traffic to the region without compromising capacity throughout the rest of the network For example, traffic between node G and H can be confined to the links shown by the dotted lines without affecting the traffic in other parts of the network Another way to look at it is that mesh networks can be segmented into small clusters such that each cluster can serve to its full capacity potential without compromising the service capacity of all the other clusters
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More is better In a mesh network, each node serves not only as an access point to the network but also as a part of the network s infrastructure Each new node added to a mesh network provides an additional level of redundancy and capacity In a mesh network, growing the size of the network mostly means strengthening the network by increasing the redundancy and capacity of the network This is unlike many other types of networks where adding a new element means adding overall load to the network and perhaps weakening it as a consequence Gradual growth Mesh architecture allows for gradually increasing the reach of the network, therefore obviating the need for large upfront investment in a network infrastructure This benefit is derived from the fact that, in mesh networks, each node also serves as the core of the network from which the network can be further extended; the network can be extended either from the outer edge of the mesh or from somewhere deep within the mesh This benefit facilitates deployment on a more need-to-grow basis
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Optical Wireless Mesh Network In the earlier sections, we discussed the attributes and shortcomings of optical wireless as well as the attributes and shortcomings of wireless mesh networks When the attributes and shortcomings of the two technologies are put together, they are ideally matched in that an attribute of one complements a shortcoming of the other We start by discussing the shortcomings of wireless mesh networks and how FSO complements them
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Latency and jitter In a mesh network, data traffic has to hop through several nodes as it is routed through the network At each node, the traffic experiences certain forwarding delays Therefore, the total end-to-end delay experienced by the traffic within the mesh network may add up to be significant and unacceptable for certain applications Additionally, if the forwarding delay is not constant at each hop (as in the case of PtM mesh networks), the traffic may also experience significant amounts of jitter However, FSO links add virtually no delay, especially when compared with most other wireless solutions On the contrary, most RF solutions incur delay when advanced modulation techniques or error recovery techniques are used FSO systems generally do not use such techniques and thus add only negligible delay FSO is, therefore, well suited for wireless mesh applications
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