Network Management (NMS)
The Structured MeshTM Paradigm
Our Nodes connect as branches of a tree. We automatically
also support P-P and
Our nodes connect as logical branches of a tree. As in
Nature, a tree based routing is scalable and time deterministic..
Tree networks are secure and self healing. The loss or
corruptions of one branch of the tree, does not cripple the
The logical tree automatically supports simpler link
topologies: Pont-to-Point and Point-to-Multiple-Points.
Modular MeshTM Embodiments
The MD4000TM series supports up to 4 radios on a single board computer board.
The MD6000TM series supports up to 6 radios and is intended
primarily for U.S. Department of Defense Use.
Slot 0, & Slot
1 (blue) links form up + down bridge on 5.8GHz, 4.9GHz,
900 MHz or 2.4Ghz bands.
Slot 2 (pink) is generally used for a 2.4G or 4.9G Client
Access Radio (Access Point or Hub) .
Slot 3 may house another
AP radio, another downlink or a dedicated scanning radio
Common Configurations and Application Notes:
MD4250 is used for remote
and perimeter security.
MD4350 is a popular configuration with one 2.4GHz Access Point
radio for client service.
MD4454 support two and four backhaul downlinks
are mobile nodes, with a scanning radio in slot 3 to ensure rapid switch
over during motion.
White Box Options for Development and Field tests.
White Box for
04 antenna for either 4 radios 1X1 MIMO or 2 radios
(4250 in 2 X 2) configurations.
White Box for
antenna customizable prototypes for OEM software
licensees and integrators.
For more Information please see:
Java Based Customizable Network Management System (NMS)
The Java based Network Management System (NMS)
enables the user to configure, monitor and analyze the
MD4000 mesh network. MD4000 nodes appear as graphical widgets with multiple LED status indicators, allowing point-and-click management. Source code is available for
customization, and work
NMS Web Page
: Mesh Networking Software for the Industrial Internet.
Post 2014, we shifted our emphasis from building product to providing source
code licenses and working primarily with OEMs, Embedded Software Developers,
System Integrators, and major agencies to integrate our software into their
devices and solutions. To this end, Meshdynamics has created an
open source based suite of software modules, source code included,
intended to be incorporated into "things": robot drone swarms, mesh nodes,
Internet of Things hubs etc. We are now seeking partners ready to test this
source code base for a fit with their own offerings, just as organizations
as diverse as
OEMs, and the
US Navy used the software currently and in the past. Please see: