Feeney, Laura Marie and Hollos, Daniel and Holger, Karl and Kubisch, Martin and Mengesha, Seble (2004) A geometric derivation of the probability of finding a relay in multi-rate networks. In: 3rd IFIP-TC6 Networking Conference (Networking 2004), May 2004, Athens, Greece.
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Relaying can improve performance of a wireless network, especially when transmission modes with different distance/cost tradeoffs are available. Examples of such modes include data rates or transmission power. This paper geometrically analyzes the probability that a high-cost direct transmission can be replaced by a combination of low-cost relay transmissions. The main result of the analysis is a technology-agnostic characterization of a communication systems amenability to relaying strategies and some recommendations for how to structure such systems
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