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Mesh Network

A mesh network is a communications network in which each node shares at least two pathways with two other nodes (and thus has redundant access to the communication network). Mesh networks are extremely stable as they are resistant to decay if multiple nodes are damaged or removed from service.

Although used extensively in military communications to provide mobile networks for ground troops, mesh networks are also being deployed in urban areas as an inexpensive means of blanketing large areas of business districts and downtown pedestrian areas with stable wide area Wi-Fi networks.

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