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Multi-channel multi-radio architectures have been widely studied for 802.11-based wireless mesh networks to address the capacity problem due to wireless interference. They all utilize channel assignment algorithms that assume all channels and radio interfaces to be homogeneous. However, in practice, different channels exhibit different link qualities depending on the propagation environment for the same link. Different interfaces on the same node also exhibit link quality variations due to hardware differences and required antenna separations.
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