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A Comprehensive Study of the Impact of Beacon Order and Superframe Order Values on Quality of Service in Multi-hop Wireless Networks on IEEE 802.15.4

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A Comprehensive Study of the Impact of Beacon Order and Superframe Order Values on Quality of Service in Multi-hop Wireless Networks on IEEE 802.15.4. / Prčić, Vjekoslav Leonard; Kalpić, Damir; Šimunić, Dina; Prasad, Ramjee.

I: Wireless Personal Communications, Bind 104, Nr. 1, 15.01.2019, s. 373-385.

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Prčić, Vjekoslav Leonard ; Kalpić, Damir ; Šimunić, Dina ; Prasad, Ramjee. / A Comprehensive Study of the Impact of Beacon Order and Superframe Order Values on Quality of Service in Multi-hop Wireless Networks on IEEE 802.15.4. I: Wireless Personal Communications. 2019 ; Bind 104, Nr. 1. s. 373-385.

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