TITLE

Key Wi-Fi Mesh Standard Solidified

PUB. DATE
March 2006
SOURCE
TelecomWeb News Digest;3/13/2006, p1
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article reports on the IEEE standard for the interoperable Wi-Fi mesh networks. The standard is key to the battle between Wi-Fi mesh and wireless networks based on IEEE 802.16, such as the so-called WiMAX and the ETSI HiperMAN. In technical terms, the goal is to create a protocol for auto-configuring paths between access pointes over self-configuring multi-hop topologies in a wireless distribution system to support both broadcast/multicast and unicast traffic in an ESS Mesh using the four-address frame format or an extension.
ACCESSION #
20096270

 

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