Our patent-pending Back-N technology enables the truly multi-hop, end-to-end, 802.11n wireless mesh network backbone with which thewireless mesh network users can enjoy an end-to-end bandwidth of full 450 Mbps within the entire wireless mesh network . That is, many bandwidth demanding applications such as video surveillance and location tracking can now take the full advantage of 802.11n’s high throughput as well as wireless mesh network’s extreme flexibility.
Many Wireless Mesh Network (WMN) vendors like to claim that their products do support 802.11n. In reality, many of those claims are only valid at the access link of the WMN, but not valid at the backbone. In other words, these WMNs would “appear” to be 802.11n enabled as seen on the users’ 802.11n enabled devices such as notebook, smartphone, iPad, etc., because the devices have detected an 802.11n access link with bandwidth of 150Mbps or even up to 450 Mbps. However, the WMN backbone that actually carries the data through the entire WMN is running with 802.11a/g standard which only has a bandwidth of up to 54Mbps.
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