### Table 3 HIPERACCESS multi-path channels

"... In PAGE 4: ... Some discrete time multi-path channel models have been specified in HIPERACCESS, representing the behavior of a typical PMP link above 11 GHz. Such models, reported in Table3 , are useful when defining and assessing equalizer architecture. In the equation, Tsym represents the symbol duration while Ts is the channel impulse response sampling period.... In PAGE 4: ... In the equation, Tsym represents the symbol duration while Ts is the channel impulse response sampling period. Only C1 and C2 are actually used to define link performances in multi-path channel conditions above 20 GHz [3] ( Table3 ), while C3 and C4 are included here as a representation of lower frequency deployments. Table 3 HIPERACCESS multi-path channels... ..."

### Table 1: Results with the shortest paths, and 2- and 3- multi- path routes together with the respective single-path routes.

"... In PAGE 5: ...maximumfluxof0:3763 , i.e., the flux corresponding to the outer radial-ring paths at the boundary. The numerical results are given in Table1 , where rows indicated with 1) and 2) correspond to the optimal weights for randomized path selection with the given two and three path sets, respectively, and column multi-path con- tains the corresponding maximum scalar fluxes. However, according to Proposition 1, multi-path routes mp1 and mp2 cannot be an optimal solution to the load balancing problem, and, in particular, the corresponding single-path routes, denoted by sp1 and sp2, obtained using (14) yield a lower maximum scalar packet flux.... In PAGE 5: ... However, according to Proposition 1, multi-path routes mp1 and mp2 cannot be an optimal solution to the load balancing problem, and, in particular, the corresponding single-path routes, denoted by sp1 and sp2, obtained using (14) yield a lower maximum scalar packet flux. This maximum scalar flux can be computed numer- ically and the corresponding results are given in column single- path in Table1 . We note that in both cases combining the multi- path traffic flows to single-path improves the situation considerably, as expected.... In PAGE 6: ...4 0.5 sp1 sp3 mod (r) r modified sp1 sp3 circular (2 path sets) (3 path sets) Figure 5: Resulting scalar flux as a function of distance r from the origin for modified circular paths (see [12]), and the optimal single-path routes sp1 and sp3 (rows 1) and 3) in Table1 ). Three dimensional plots illustrate the same situation.... ..."

### TABLE I MULTI-PATH ALLOCATION ALGORITHM Definition:

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### TABLE II POWER/DELAY PROFILE OF MULTI-PATH CHANNEL

### Table 1: Candidate Applications for Multimedia Wireless LANs

"... In PAGE 9: ... For example, if the current throughput of the selected encryption is 10 Mbps and the environ- ment follows the second plot #28TS OH =1ms#29 shown in Figure 5, anymultimedia application with required throughput lower than 480kbps can be securely supported by the software based inline encryptors. The candidate interactive applications are telephone-quality audio conference and low#2Fmedium quality video conferences #28see Table1 #29. Scenario 2: For given B enc , B app and D choose a protocol stack such that T OH #14 T max OH .... ..."

### Table 3.1. Relationships between disjoint route types and existing multi-path protocols

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"... In PAGE 33: ...6. Table3 describes the multi-path route types discovered by each of the multi- path protocols covered in Chapter 2. The classi cations for the disjoint route types... ..."

### Table 8.8: Test requirements for DCH in multi-path fading propagation conditions (Case 1)

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