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Multimedia applications in multi-hop wireless networks have great market potential. Multiple channels and multiple radios are commonly used for exploring multimedia transmissions in multi-hop wireless networks. Split transmission allows multiple channels attached to different radios simultaneously to be used, and so to achieve a fundamentally improved transmission capacity. The goal of this paper is to present a theoretical background to justify the improved performance of split transmission. The split transmission has no requirement for underlying network architecture and can be easily developed on top of current wireless hardware and MAC protocols.
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