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New Results in DF Relaying Schemes Using Time Diversity for Free-Space Optical Links

By Rubén Boluda-Ruiz, Beatriz Castillo-Vázquez, Carmen Castillo- Vázquez and Antonio García-Zambrana

Submitted: April 23rd 2014Reviewed: August 23rd 2014Published: November 19th 2014

DOI: 10.5772/58996

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Rubén Boluda-Ruiz, Beatriz Castillo-Vázquez, Carmen Castillo- Vázquez and Antonio García-Zambrana (November 19th 2014). New Results in DF Relaying Schemes Using Time Diversity for Free-Space Optical Links, Advances in Optical Communication Narottam Das, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/58996. Available from:

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