Invented by Tyler Beauchamp Reynolds, Stephen Donald Hall, Oxio Corp
The market for CHWANs is growing rapidly, driven by the increasing demand for reliable and efficient wireless networks in a variety of industries. These networks are particularly well-suited for applications that require high levels of reliability and security, such as industrial automation, smart cities, and healthcare.
One of the key advantages of CHWANs is their ability to provide seamless connectivity across large areas. This is achieved through the use of multiple access points that are strategically placed throughout the network. These access points communicate with each other and with a central controller, which manages the network and ensures that all devices are connected and functioning properly.
Another advantage of CHWANs is their ability to adapt to changing conditions. For example, if one access point fails or becomes overloaded, the network can automatically reroute traffic to other access points, ensuring that connectivity is maintained. This makes CHWANs highly resilient and reliable, even in challenging environments.
The market for CHWANs is expected to continue growing in the coming years, driven by the increasing adoption of wireless technologies in a variety of industries. In particular, the rise of the Internet of Things (IoT) is expected to drive demand for CHWANs, as more and more devices are connected to the internet and require reliable wireless connectivity.
Overall, the market for CHWANs is a promising one, with significant growth potential in the years ahead. As more industries adopt wireless technologies and demand for reliable connectivity continues to grow, CHWANs are likely to become an increasingly important part of the wireless networking landscape.
The Oxio Corp invention works as follows
A system is composed of one or more servers and a number of wireless telecommunications device registered with the system. Servers obtain client configuration states for some of the registered clients devices. A client configuration state is determined by information regarding other devices that the registered client device may communicate with in at least one way. The servers create and maintain a representation of at most one hybrid network consisting of gateways and registered client devices. Based on the virtual representations of the at-least-one hybrid network, and the client configuration state of the specific client device the servers determine the sub-network configuration for a sub-network of a sub-network. The sub-network includes at least one route between the servers and the client device. “The servers send data to or from the client device through the sub-network.
Background for Centralized hybrid wireless auto-organizing networks
Wireless telecommunications such as mobile phones and smartphones have become commonplace. These devices are not used only for voice communication (e.g. voice telephone calls). Instead, they are portable computers that are used to communicate data, including browsing the web, among other things.
The use of mobile devices and the way they are used has led to an exponential rise in demand for data and services. The infrastructure required to support this demand has not been able to keep up. Wireless telecommunications connect to data sources through cellular networks. However, the cellular carriers, i.e. the operators of cellular networks have not been capable to support the demands for mobile data and service through the cellular network.
Users of wireless telecommunications, such as smartphone users, can run into issues when there are too many people trying to use the network. Internet traffic, for example, can be slowed down and clogged if too many users are requesting channels from the cellular base station. Many wireless telecommunications users choose to switch to WiFi, or non-cellular protocols whenever possible to avoid the costs and limitations associated with cellular telephones. In order to switch to non-cellular protocols, a user must take some active steps (such as selecting a WiFi network). While WiFi is currently cheaper than cellular services, a WiFi network in a particular location may be overwhelmed by the demand of users. WiFi access is not always free. The costs of such access can make WiFi networks less efficient, both in terms of speed and cost. As used in this article, the term “cost” is not a financial cost. Cost can refer to any type of cost, and it may or may include financial costs.
The congestion problem can be solved by using a mesh network, in which devices communicate directly between each other instead of through a cellular network. In such a system, traffic can be transferred from one device to another, until data is finally transmitted to an available, fast connection to the Internet.
Mesh network suffers from severe problems. One of the most serious is that user devices are unable to determine which route they should take in the mesh. In a mesh network, devices are forced to either flood the network or update all connections. These two solutions are inefficient in terms of performance (unstable connections or low throughput) and drain the batteries of network devices.
There is an urgent need to solve the problem of multiple wireless devices trying to access limited network resources. It is important to solve these problems automatically and transparently, while making the best use of available resources. It is important to provide the best possible service for the whole network given these constraints.
Glossary of Abbreviations and Terms
The following terms and abbreviations, when used in this document, have the following meanings, unless otherwise stated:
AP” means access point.
API means application programming interface;
BATMAN” means “Better Approach to Mobile Ad-hoc Networking”. a routing protocol for decentralized mesh networks;
Bonjour is Apple’s implementation Zero-configuration Networking, which includes address assignment, service discovery and hostname resolution.
GPS” means Global Positioning System
GSM Global System for Mobile Communications
Ham Radio” is Amateur radio.
HTTP means Hypertext Transfer Protocol;
HTTPS means Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure;
IMEI” means International Mobile Equipment Identity
IoT” means Internet of Things
IP means Internet Protocol;
LAN” means local area network
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