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Node B

A base station in a 3G GSM network. See base station.
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The specific algorithm is as follows: Assume that node A has a message to transmit node C, but node A first encounters node B, and hopes that node B acts as a relay node.
With node B's neighbor nodes as reference nodes, each [H.sub.i] belonging to H can be identified using this method.
(3) Randomly choose m nodes, which are already in the topology and are node b's potential neighbors, and link them to node b.
Node C cannot send the RREP to node B because B has moved away.
The Network Launch Package contains Motorola components including Radio Network Controller (RNC), Node B - which can be stacked upon Horizon base stations, packet and circuit core, plus optional UMTS integration and optimization services.
First we see that Node A's visual symbol is near Node B's visual symbol, so Node A is very probably related to Node B.
4 (b), node B's next firing time [[phi].sub.B](t + 1) is determined as the mid([[phi].sub.A](t), [[phi].sub.C](t)).
1 again and assume that nodes A and B play only as intermediate nodes between source S and destination D, and node A has a larger cache size than node B. In this case, node A is supposed to undertake more transmissions than node B as it has more available buffer space.
This is passed to Node B as a onFileWillReceive(), and the user needs to either accept (acceptFile()) or refuse (rejectFile()).
Thus, node A can recover node B's packet by reXORing with its own packet, and so does node B.
We define the two nodes with the minimum and the second minimum lifetime as the bottleneck node b and sub-bottleneck node s, respectively.
Node A is the initial sending node, node B and node C are in A's transmission range.