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ALSO CALLED: WLAN-AP, Wireless LAN Access Points, Access Point, Access Points, Wireless Access Points, Access Point WLAN
DEFINITION: A wireless mesh network is a mesh network created through the connection of wireless access points installed at each network user's locale. Each network user is also a provider, forwarding data to the next node. The networking infrastructure is decentralized and simplified because each node need only transmit as far as the next node. Wireless mesh networking could allow people living in remote areas  … 
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WLAN ACCESS POINTS DEFINITION (continued): …  and small businesses operating in rural neighborhoods to connect their networks together for affordable Internet connections. According to networking expert John Shepler, in the near future the Wi-Fi card in your laptop might become an access point in addition to its normal role as network client. In a full mesh topology, every node communicates with every other node, not just back and forth to a central router. In another variation, called a partial mesh network, nodes communicate with all nearby nodes, but not distant nodes. All communications are between the clients and the access point servers. … 
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