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Theoretical and Practical Survey of Backhaul Connectivity Options

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Theoretical and Practical Survey of Backhaul Connectivity Options. / Georgopoulos, Panagiotis; Rocha Sa e Moura, Jose Andre; Md Noor, Rafidah; McCarthy, Ben; Edwards, Christopher.

JANET, 2010.

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Georgopoulos, P, Rocha Sa e Moura, JA, Md Noor, R, McCarthy, B & Edwards, C 2010 'Theoretical and Practical Survey of Backhaul Connectivity Options' JANET.

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Georgopoulos, P., Rocha Sa e Moura, J. A., Md Noor, R., McCarthy, B., & Edwards, C. (2010). Theoretical and Practical Survey of Backhaul Connectivity Options. JANET.

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Georgopoulos P, Rocha Sa e Moura JA, Md Noor R, McCarthy B, Edwards C. Theoretical and Practical Survey of Backhaul Connectivity Options. JANET. 2010.

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Georgopoulos, Panagiotis ; Rocha Sa e Moura, Jose Andre ; Md Noor, Rafidah ; McCarthy, Ben ; Edwards, Christopher. / Theoretical and Practical Survey of Backhaul Connectivity Options. JANET, 2010.

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