Airborne Structured Mesh Technology

About Structured Mesh

Airborne Networks unique patented radio backplane architecture enables simultaneous operation of backhaul, forward-haul and access in one unit.

The simultaneous operation allows for consistent availability of bandwidth across all successive node hops in the network.

The structured means nodes are focused on transmitting data and not renegotiating connections with other nodes in the network allowing reduced latency and maintaining load balancing and resilience 

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Multi functional frequencies

Structured mesh units support multiple frequencies allowing the network to use simultaneously different frequencies for transmission and access.  This reduces interference and increases the utilisation of the spectrum for data transfer. 

Demand led deployment

Operators can deploy a thin layer of connectivity where a node operates with asynchronous intra-node communications, and add capacity where needed by stacking nodes for synchronous connection operation


Compact flexible and quick to deploy

Structured mesh nodes are compact and easy to deploy reducing capex cost.  Additional radio units can be 'piggybacked' to the node to supply backhaul for small cell 2G / 3G / LTE connectivity

Low Power

We utilise processors and chipsets that use less power as a result deploying Airborne structured mesh can positively contribute towards a network operators green initiatives or obligations. 

Structured mesh nodes can be powered using wind and solar in rural locations or areas where connection to the mains power grid are complex or costly