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Promoting wireless telecommunications with reliable, clear quality is essential for area development and safety-related communication. However, radio's multipath effect, which is affected by reflection and refraction, is generally adverse to such aims. The mathematical spider-web network, SW(m,n), where m and n are even integers and not less than 4, fits the configuration of cellular wireless telecommunication when m is 6. Moreover, except for its robustness, SW(6,n) can optimally offer dual-pair Mutually Independent Hamiltonian Paths (MIHP) for any pair of bipartite nodes, so that information transmitted in a specific route can be assigned special meanings.
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