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Wireless Mesh Networks

A “living” mesh solution that moves and evolves with your connectivity demands.

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How it Works

Rajant Kinetic Mesh® networks are unlike any other wireless mesh network offering on the market today, providing fully mobile wireless broadband connectivity that is simple, instantaneous, and fail-proof in any application. Using a combination of BreadCrumb® wireless network nodes and InstaMesh® networking software, Rajant Kinetic Mesh® networks employ any-node to any-node capabilities to continuously and instantaneously route data via the best available traffic path and frequency—for any number of nodes, all with extremely low overhead.

 

 

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The BAYCOM Difference

We do more than sell reliable products. We engineer solutions in partnership with our customers.

  • Total Mobility

    Every node in our Mesh network can act independently and with full routing capabilities, making it a true peer-to-peer network that is completely mobile-enabled.

  • Rapid Scalability

    While traditional mesh networks degrade as nodes are added, BAYCOM's Mesh networks grow stronger with each additional node. Our nodes also self-configure for easy spin-out.

  • Proven Resiliency

    With no single point of failure and self-healing capabilities, our Mesh networks guarantee uptime of your mission-critical applications.

  • Extreme Ruggedness and Security

    Born from military and mining applications, our Mesh networks are proven to withstand the harshest conditions and support AES-CCMP and TKIP encryption with configurable per-hop, per-packet authentication.

  • Maximum Bandwidth Utilization

    BAYCOM's Mesh networks make use of all installed radios to dynamically route wireless and wired connections over the best available links.

Networks

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    It WILL Happen 100% of the Time.
    Guaranteed.

    No matter how well a wireless network is planned or how meticulously it is deployed, something will eventually happen over time to cause it to go adrift. From a need for increased capacity to power sources becoming undependable, changes to a wired network will occur. And unfortunately, there is no way around it. The “normal”

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  • What if You Could Put a Cell Tower on Wheels?

    Turning Every Operator’s Dreams for Total Network Mobility into Reality Industrial environments are modernizing in exciting ways. Worksites are becoming increasingly connected as the number of devices, sensors, and intelligent machines in use grows. Through them, operators are able to gain real-time visibility into the status of people, equipment, and operations like never before. But

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