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Receivers of wireless video broadcast can suffer catastrophic decoding errors when experiencing heavy packet losses due to transmission channel fades. Cooperative repair schemes, exploiting the "Uncorrelatedness" in wireless channels of peers physically located more than one transmission wavelength apart, call for neighboring peers listening to the same video stream to locally share received packets via a secondary network. Since the likelihood of the entire peer group suffering fades in statistically independent channels at the same time is very small, cooperative peers can collectively recover lost packets via local packet sharing with high probability.
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