two-hop transmission

two-hop transmission

[′tü ¦häp tranz′mish·ən]
(communications)
Propagation of radio waves in which the waves are reflected from the ionosphere, then reflected from the ground, and then reflected from the ionosphere again before reaching the receiver.
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Two-hop transmission is a significant way to maintain the communication when direct transmission is impractical.
Two-hop transmission technologies have attracted much interest in wireless communications due to its connectivity when direct transmission is impractical because of possible shadowing effects or path loss attenuation.
14] Wenyi Zhang, Urbashi Mitra, Mung Chiang, "Optimization of amplify-and-forward multicarrier two-hop transmission," IEEE Transaction on Communications, vol.
The one-hop throughput is defined as the ratio of the time on the channel to be used to successfully transmit data packets for all the nodes within one-hop transmission range to the total time by considering the impacts of their hidden terminals and exposed terminals within two-hop transmission range.
Cioffi, and Luxi Yang, "Spectral-efficient cellular communications with coexistent one- and two-hop transmissions," IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, vol.