### Table 3a: Huffman codes for

"... In PAGE 7: ...ategorized by how many bits are required to represent them (e.g. a length of 27 requires 5 bits). The compression algorithm uses Huffman coding to specify the size of the length, and then appends the value of the length (minus the first 1 bit). Table3 b gives the exact encoding used for RLE lengths. For example, a length of 27 (11011) would be stored as 111 (the 5-bit length category) concatenated with 1011 (the binary value of 27 minus the first 1), or 1111011 .... In PAGE 7: ... Table3 b:Huffman codes for RLE lengths Figure 4: FFT of the first 2 million samples of the non-spike portion of dev-data. ... ..."

### TABLE I Huffman codes used in the simulations

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### Table 1. Huffman coding for 3-bit groups

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"... In PAGE 2: ... These probabilities can be used to derive Huffman codes. Table1 shows the probabilities and corresponding codes, assuming that bits generated by the model of Fig. 1 are grouped into threes.... ..."

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### Table 4. Compression of Structural Response Data using Huffman Coding Excitation

"... In PAGE 7: ...f 0.25 to 3 Hz over 60 sec. The white noise input record has zero mean and a displacement standard deviation of 0.05 in. Table4 summarizes the performance of lossless compression and the estimated amount of energy saved having compressed data using the MPC555 and wirelessly transmitting the compressed record. In all cases considered, compression rates better than 80% (of the original record size) have been achieved.... ..."

### Table 4. Compression of Structural response data using Huffman Coding Excitation

"... In PAGE 9: ...ec. The white noise input record has zero mean and a displacement standard deviation of 0.05 in. Table4 summarizes the performance of lossless compression and the estimated amount of energy saved having compressed data using the MPC555 and wirelessly transmitting the compressed record. In all cases considered, compression rates better than 80% (of the original record size) have been achieved.... ..."

### TABLE II ADAPTIVE MODULATION AND CODING SCHEMES

### Table 1: Reference Modulation and Coding Scheme

"... In PAGE 1: ... The transport block size can be adapted with fine granularity, resulting in code rates that range from 1/4 to 1. Five modulation and coding scheme (MCS) levels are chosen out of this large set for simulation purposes, see Table1 . The different code rates are obtained from the G53 = 1/3 mother code of the turbo encoder by puncturing or repetition.... In PAGE 3: ...etailed above, which enables the use of IR. Fig. 4 to Fig. 8 show the results for all five MCS levels (cf. Table1 ). The curves show the frame error rate (FER) after one, two, three and four transmissions.... ..."