Wireless mesh networks have all the hallmarks of a super-fast, battery life-extending and highly reliable set up. In a mesh network, devices communicate with each other and with gateways over a self-configuring and self-healing network. Adding more end nodes creates multiple communication paths thereby ensuring no single point of failure and indeed strengthens the network. That’s why they’re so popular in the world of IoT.
But there are many options to consider here. We present the various wireless mesh network examples, their advantages, disadvantages, and the future opportunities to be grasped.