In this paper, we investigate the performance trade-offs of cooperative-relaying at the packet level and provide insight into the characteristics of this technique with regards to its prospective applications. The investigation is carried out through simulations and verified by a real cooperative-relaying network (CRN) testbed. Different propagation environments with the non-zero Doppler shift and multipath effect are also considered in the simulations.
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