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Cooperative Communication Techniques in Wireless-Powered Backscatter Communication: Preambles and Technical Perspective

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Cooperative Communication Techniques in Wireless-Powered Backscatter Communication : Preambles and Technical Perspective. / Jamshed, M.A.; Pervaiz, H.; Ahmed, S.H.; Alam, A.S.

Wireless-Powered Backscatter Communications for Internet of Things. ed. / Furqan Jameel; Syed Ali Hassan. Cham : Springer, 2020. (Internet of Things (ITTCC)).

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Jamshed, MA, Pervaiz, H, Ahmed, SH & Alam, AS 2020, Cooperative Communication Techniques in Wireless-Powered Backscatter Communication: Preambles and Technical Perspective. in F Jameel & SA Hassan (eds), Wireless-Powered Backscatter Communications for Internet of Things. Internet of Things (ITTCC), Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-46201-7_1

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Jamshed, M. A., Pervaiz, H., Ahmed, S. H., & Alam, A. S. (2020). Cooperative Communication Techniques in Wireless-Powered Backscatter Communication: Preambles and Technical Perspective. In F. Jameel, & S. A. Hassan (Eds.), Wireless-Powered Backscatter Communications for Internet of Things (Internet of Things (ITTCC)). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-46201-7_1

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Jamshed MA, Pervaiz H, Ahmed SH, Alam AS. Cooperative Communication Techniques in Wireless-Powered Backscatter Communication: Preambles and Technical Perspective. In Jameel F, Hassan SA, editors, Wireless-Powered Backscatter Communications for Internet of Things. Cham: Springer. 2020. (Internet of Things (ITTCC)). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-46201-7_1

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Jamshed, M.A. ; Pervaiz, H. ; Ahmed, S.H. ; Alam, A.S. / Cooperative Communication Techniques in Wireless-Powered Backscatter Communication : Preambles and Technical Perspective. Wireless-Powered Backscatter Communications for Internet of Things. editor / Furqan Jameel ; Syed Ali Hassan. Cham : Springer, 2020. (Internet of Things (ITTCC)).

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