Sleepy Nodes and Sleepy Meshes--Ultra-low-power Mesh Routing
Physical nodes in a SNAP based network communicate wirelessly using a full mesh topology. Nodes that are in direct radio range of each other will communicate directly. When nodes are not in direct radio range, intermediate nodes will automatically forward any messages to their intended destinations. This is known as "mesh routing".
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