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relay (something) to (one)

To deliver, pass along, or communicate a message to one with or as is with the use of relays. Will you relay a message to the county courthouse for me? We need to relay the new instructions to the crew in the field.
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relay something to someone

to pass something on to someone. Can you relay this to Frank, who is way down the line? The message was relayed to Frank, who was at the end of the line.
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Above formula is used for the calculation of the capacity in the relayed transmission but for the direct transmission capacity is needed to be calculated [5].
The output is formulated in the form of tables containing Relay assigned, Capacity calculated for both direct and relayed transmission and capacity gain for each source destination pair.
When actual simulation is started the nodes in the network appear to be communicated using both the direct transmission as in Figure 6.2 and relayed transmission as in Figure 6.3.
[s.sub.i] is communicating with [d.sub.i] (direct communication in Figure 6.2) and using some selected relay node [r.sub.i] (relayed communication in Figure 6.3) from the set of relay nodes (blue) R = {[r.sub.1], [r.sub.2], [r.sub.3], ....
Namely, relayAddr and relayRQI fields are updated by relay nodes, whenever packets are relayed. Since each node can identify whether its RQI is higher than that of the current relay node by comparing the value in relayRQI field, it is possible to select the relay node having the highest RQI in a fully distributed manner.
The relay success ratio of u in the latter term can be calculated by counting the number of relayed packets and the number of NACK packets received from successors.
1, let assuming that node B relayed [p.sub.1] and [p.sub.2], and node E relayed [p.sub.x] (for x>3), since B has missed [p.sub.x].