Bader Alkandari

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—In a multi-rate wireless data network, the data rate is a function of the distance from the Access Point (AP). To extend the coverage range of the data network and to increase the throughput to a target terminal outside the AP coverage range, relay nodes are inserted between the AP and the target terminal. Therefore, for a given throughput-distance(More)
—In a multi-rate wireless data network, the data rate is a function of the distance from the Access Point (AP). To extend the coverage range of the data network and to increase the throughput to a target terminal outside the AP coverage range, relay nodes are inserted between the AP and the target terminal. Therefore, for a given throughput-distance(More)
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