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Two-way channels appear in wireless cellular networks as the duplexing between the base station and the mobile users and in wireless local area networks as the peer-to-peer communications. We examine the two-way channel capacity and find that the capacity of two-way discrete channels and waveform channels without the knowledge of self-interference is the(More)
Analyzing the performance of broadcast in mobile ad hoc networks is necessary because of the importance of broadcast in multiuser communications and the characteristic difference between wireless communications and wired communications. If the time lag between collided packets is small on the order of a symbol, the reception is synchronized; otherwise, the(More)
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