Wi-Fi networks play an important role in today's technological world, with billions of devices connected to Wi-Fi networks. Today, most Internet connections in the world occur through wireless networks.
Wi-Fi networks can be built according to different principles, depending on the tasks that this or that wireless network solves. There are three basic principles that most Wi-Fi networks of all sizes are built on: Access Point, Point to Point, Point to Multipoint.
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MESH network
This is a conceptually new approach to Wi-Fi. In fact, this is a multipoint-multipoint connection scheme. MESH does not require wires; instead access points are connected to each other by radio. Thus, you can quickly and inexpensively “cover” large spaces with a Wi-Fi network.

Buildings connection
A point-to-point wireless connection can be part of a larger Wi-Fi network, it can act as a simple bridge between two wired networks, or it can simply add a remote point to an existing network. It is most often used to connect users from several buildings because it transmits data between two specific points, and does not broadcast a network signal to all network clients in its area of ​​operation.