Definition of Mesh topology
1. Noun. The topology of a network whose components are all connected directly to every other component.
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Literary usage of Mesh topology
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1. Focus on Communication: Proceedings of the 5th Annual Connectivity and by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"... supports mesh topology • Public Packet Networks — Low volume, mesh topology, has security issues. How do I get it there? With the link in place, ..."
2. Low-Rate Wireless Personal Area Networks: Enabling Wireless Sensors with ...by José A. Gutiérrez, Edgar H. Callaway, Raymond Barrett by José A. Gutiérrez, Edgar H. Callaway, Raymond Barrett (2004)
"The challenge of this application is the topology of the network, because it requires a mesh topology where some devices serve as repeaters for others, ..."
3. Firewalls and Internet Security Conference, 1996: Proceedings edited by Peter Tippett (1998)
"... of the Internet ( network of networks i mesh topology ! broadcast packet-switched ! peer connected I any-to-any connection I increasing interoperability ..."