Posted by: Trilliant Categories: Blog, Technology
Single Radio Mesh

There has been an ongoing discussion in the mesh community about how much capacity is lost due to the relaying of data within a wireless mesh network. Proponents of multi-radio architectures have argued that they can deliver close to 1/n (where n is the number of hops) of the capacity of a radio simultaneously to […]

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In every realm of networking, from backbone transport, to enterprise LAN, to access networks, to even data centers, there are debates about the use of layer 2 (Ethernet) versus layer 3 (IP) transport. The proponents of layer 2 argue that it’s inexpensive, efficient, and supports non-IP protocols while the proponents of layer 3 argue that […]

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freq-reuse

Point-to-MultiPoint (PtMP) systems typically require multiple frequencies in order to avoid self-interference (interference among base-stations within the same network, or among sectors of a single base-station). The degree that multiple frequencies are re-used within the network is called “frequency re-use”, and is quantified by a frequency re-use factor. The frequency re-use factor will vary based […]

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ptmp

When deploying an outdoor wireless network, a choice is usually made between building a short-range mesh or a long-range PtMP/PtP system. A short-range mesh is normally used for downtowns, “hot zones” and campuses, and provides all the benefits normally attributed to meshing, such as fault tolerance due to re-routing and fast, easy installation with little […]

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Why Standard Hardware (off the shelf chipsets)? Long-term viability Thoroughly proven Global supply chain Industry expertise Low cost via economies of scale Interoperable / no vendor lock-in

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Posted by: Trilliant Categories: Blog, General

The Smart Grid is going through an evolution unlike anything the electric grid has seen in nearly a century. As shown in the diagram above, this evolution can basically be segmented into distinct versions of the Smart Grid: Smart Grid v0.0 – this wouldn’t even be classified as a “smart” network since each network used […]

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Posted by: Trilliant Categories: Applications, Blog

Recent reports predict that 100 million smart meters will be deployed in the next five years and that half of these will have a built-in Home Area Network (HAN) gateway for in-home energy management programs and services. ON World’s survey of 77 utilities in the United States also found that 21% are planning to integrate […]

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Posted by: Trilliant Categories: Blog, Technology

Recent reports predict that 100 million smart meters will be deployed in the next five years and that half of these will have a built-in Home Area Network (HAN) gateway for in-home energy management programs and services. ON World’s survey of 77 utilities in the United States also found that 21% are planning to integrate […]

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