The MRX technology for wireless mesh allows the setup of a large, flexible and robust radio network based on IEEE802.11s (Mesh) standard. A special protocol allows to combine lots of MRX stations to a meshed network, with redundancy and autonomous path-finding. All the traffic within the mesh is encrypted and only stations, which know the mesh.key can enter the network and get part of the system.

Any new station, which gets into the reach of the mesh and which knows the correct mesh.key is automatically integrated into the system and the potential new paths are considered for usage. When stations disappear from the mesh, either because of power down or the radio distances are too high, the changed setup of the mesh is recognized, considered and an autonomous re-route is done. There is no need to define alternative routes to prepare such cases. The mesh is working without any external help or interaction - this makes it so robust and flexible.

Each MRX is an entry-point into the mesh and offers different interfaces to connect the mesh towards WAN and clients. The WAN-port can be either an integrated mobile uplink (2G-5G) or the Ethernet-link to an external router (TP, cable, SATCOM). Clients can be connected via a Ethernet or a build-in access point. Several Ethernet interfaces, equipped with PoE/PoE+-capability, offer the possibility to connect any kind of IP/Ethernet equipement like PC, video-recorder, camera, server etc.

There are a large number of different variants of MRX devices. All members of the are fully compatible with each other and can thus form heterogeneous networks with very different characteristics.

Overview (dt)
MRX.familie_dt (.pdf, 3497 kb)
Overview (en)
MRX.family_en (.pdf, 3487 kb)