Article by:Geoffrey Hunter
Z-Wave is a wireless communications protocol primarily designed for home automation.
Z-Wave operates on frequencies around 900MHz. The exact frequency depends on country.
Z-Wave uses a source-routed mesh network topology. The mesh network allows devices to send messages through other Z-Wave devices before reaching the destination, allowing the message to “hop” between devices to extend the communication range and overcome RF dead spots.
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