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Mesh Network Module

Smart Planning for Smart Wireless Networks

The Mesh Network Module is an add-on module to EDX® SignalPro® for designing, deploying and optimizing Smart Grid AMI, Small Cell, Distribution Automation, Wi-Fi, M2M and other wireless mesh networks.The Mesh Network Module includes intelligent pre-sales tools, automatic router and repeater selection, real-time repeater selection and traffic loading.

Capacity-Constrained Mesh Analysis

By considering factors such as collector capacity and number of device connections, networks can be designed to conform to the vendor’s requirements.  Study inputs allow the definition of collector capacity, hopping limits and mesh node downstream devices with the resulting studies identifying areas of weak capacity.  Additional collectors can be activated in these areas and the capacity improvements are quickly calculated and reported.

MegaMesh Network Analysis

This feature set allows for the planning, deploying and optimizing of large scale mesh and traditional AMI (Advanced Metering Infrastructure) networks at every point in the system lifecycle.  This ensures proper dimensioning, the most efficient network architecture, lowest cost deployment and most reliable operation.

  • Support of networks of 1 million + Mesh nodes
  • Intelligent pre-sales layout tools of infrastructure equipment
  • RF-optimized and capacity-constrained Router Selection
  • Detailed reports of system performance, traffic, mesh vulnerabilities and critical mesh points
  • Creation of professional layouts and coverage/performance diagrams that can be exported to industry standard GIS tools            such as Google Earth, MapInfo and ArcGIS

Small Scale Mesh Analysis

  • Path loss between all Access Points (APs) using point-to-point link calculations that take into account terrain, buildings and clutter
  • Received signal calculations at each AP from all other APs
  • Multiple radios/frequency configurations at each mesh node
  • Directional antennas consideration