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 In the context of my research, seamless redundancy techniques were applied to IEEE 802.11 (Wi-Fi) in order to implement frequency diversity. In the context of my research, seamless redundancy techniques were applied to IEEE 802.11 (Wi-Fi) in order to implement frequency diversity.
  
-We firstly introduced seamless redundancy in papers %%[%%[[ss:​J10]]%%]%% and YYY.\\+We firstly introduced seamless redundancy in papers %%[%%[[ss:​J10]]%%]%% and %%[%%[[ss:​P22]]%%]%%.\\
  
 Seamless redundancy was then theoretically analyzed in %%[%%[[ss:​J12]]%%]%%,​ with the hypothesis that the physical channels used by the transmitters have an uncorrelated behavior. This hypothesis holds in practice only if the Wi-Fi network and adapters are configured following the guidelines reported in %%[%%[[ss:​J13]]%%]%%. Seamless redundancy was then theoretically analyzed in %%[%%[[ss:​J12]]%%]%%,​ with the hypothesis that the physical channels used by the transmitters have an uncorrelated behavior. This hypothesis holds in practice only if the Wi-Fi network and adapters are configured following the guidelines reported in %%[%%[[ss:​J13]]%%]%%.

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