- an ad hoc network

For a reliable infrastructure

The "Wireless Mesh" is an ad-hoc and mobile network based on Wi-Fi technology. The mesh can be expanded as required and designed redundantly. New MRX devices are automatically recognised and integrated into the mesh.

Information at a glance
  • Wireless Router / Wireless Switch
  • Mobile ad-hoc network (MANET)
  • High data rate on the wireless interface (up to 867 Mbit/s)
  • Encrypted/meshed radio based on 802.11s (Mesh)
  • Up to 4x Gigabit Ethernet ports (1000 Mbit/s) or up to 7x Fast Ethernet interfaces (100 Mbit/s)
  • Integrated PoE+ function (total 200 W)
Datasheet DS-MRX.mini_en (PDF)

More information on the individual components can be found on the service page.

Contact person
Andreas Zimmermann
Andreas Zimmermann
Phone: +49 511 515698 00 - Introduction

The AZG.mesh router product family aims to build wireless infrastructures using AZG.mesh is a wireless backbone for connecting and linking CCTVs, access points, sensors etc.. AZG.mesh is a self-discovering, self-configuring and self-healing system that makes installation and use very easy. AZG.mesh is suitable for applications where cable laying is very expensive, permanent installation is not necessary or mobile communication is required.

When an AZG.mesh router enters the range of other routers, a fully automated discovery and setup process is started to integrate the new member into the existing AZG.mesh. As soon as the new device is accepted as a member, it participates in AZG.mesh routing and can be used as an entry point and relay point. If an AZG.mesh router leaves the area of the network, the new situation is automatically taken into account by AZG.mesh routing and the routes in the entire network are modified.

AZG.mesh routers can move within the network and this may result in new connection options. New routes within the network are searched for and found independently. AZG.mesh routing discovers the new routes. Each additional AZG.mesh router in the network increases the area covered and the redundancy within the network. There are a large number of different variants of MRX devices. All members of the are fully compatible with each other and can therefore form heterogeneous networks with very different characteristics.

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