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Fully-connected mesh networks that can potentially be employed in a range of applications, are inherently associated with major deficiencies in interference management and network capacity improvement. The tree-connected (routing based) mesh networks used in today's applications have major deficiencies in routing delays and reconfiguration delays in the implementation stage. This paper introduces a CDMA based fully-connected mesh network, which controls the transmission powers of the nodes in order to ensure that the communication channels remain interference-free and minimizes the energy consumption. Moreover, the bounds for the number of nodes and the spatial configuration are provided to ensures that the communication link satisfies the QoS (Quality of Service) requirements at all times.