WIRELESS MESH-NETWORKS OF A SPECIAL PURPOSE

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Now the most widespread technology of wireless access which is everywhere applied to transfer of a considerable quantity of the traffic of a various kind, the standard of wireless local networks IEEE 802.11 is. The mesh-networks described in standard IEEE 802.11s became one of the most perspective directions of development of technology Wi-Fi. In article possibility of application of the given standard for forces of a special purpose and work of one of known algorithms of appointment of channels in networks IEEE 802.11s-Hyacinth with the centralized way of appointment of channels is considered.

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