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A wireless based mesh network has been considered as a viable option to provide coverage for a vast area. Interference due to multi hop transmission and potential isolated nodes are the major obstacles to achieve high performance. In order to avoid problem related to multi hop transmission we adopt a heterogeneous Wi-Fi mesh network which can provide more efficiency by implementing Open Shortest Path (OSPF) protocol standard to it. Here in this paper a Wi-Fi router of later version which works on Ad-Hoc On Demand Vector (AODV) protocol standard is first studied and our newly emphasized network architecture with OSPF implementation has been compared. The change in efficiency standard and link quality performance of our newly designed Wi-Fi architecture is analyzed with Qualnet 5.02 simulator.