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Optimizing Packet Reception Rates for Low Duty-Cycle BLE Relay Nodes

@inproceedings{Paulino2021OptimizingPR,
  title={Optimizing Packet Reception Rates for Low Duty-Cycle BLE Relay Nodes},
  author={Nuno Miguel Cardanha Paulino and Lu{\'i}s M. Pessoa and Andr{\'e} Branquinho and Rafael Tavares and Igor Ferreira},
  year={2021}
}
In order to achieve the full potential of the Internetof-Things, connectivity between devices should be ubiquitous and efficient. Wireless mesh networks are a critical component to achieve this ubiquitous connectivity for a wide range of services, and are composed of terminal devices (i.e., nodes), such as sensors of various types, and wall powered gateway devices, which provide further internet connectivity (e..g, via WiFi). When considering large indoor areas, such as hospitals or industrial… 

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