Multipacket reception

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In networking, multipacket reception refers to the capability of networking nodes for decoding/demodulating signals from a number of source nodes concurrently. In wireless communications, Multipacket reception is achieved using physical layer technologies like orthogonal CDMA, MIMO and space–time codes.

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  • MIMO – Wireless communication systems having multiple antennas at both transmitter and receiver.
  • CDMA – Code division multiple access

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