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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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Tombras, "Outage analysis of decode-and-forward relaying over Nakagami-m fading channels", IEEE Signal Process.
The end-to-end SNR at the secondary destination due to N relaying links is then given by
In this paper the measured impedance by distance relay at the relaying point in the presence of STATCOM is presented, considering two models for STATCOM.
In AF relaying, when a relay node overhears the transmission from a source, it amplifies the signal and forwards it to the destination as predicted in Figure 2(b).
2 and it is selected as the best relay, its stored energy state transits to state s-Wafter the relaying.
Step 3: The relaying systems choose one solution from the Pareto solutions according to the tradeoff of [gamma] and power consumption or the tradeoff of [gamma] and power efficiency to take part in the cooperative transmission.
Collings, "Multiple-input multiple-output two-way relaying: a space-division approach," IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, vol.
However, because of the strong signal leakage between the co-located transmit and the receive antennas, FD relaying mode suffers from a strong self-interference.
Recently, a lot of interests have been drawn by the cooperative relaying technique, which enhances the reliability of data transmission and expands the capacity of wireless communication system.
Hasna, "Sequential random selection relaying for energy efficient wireless sensor networks," in Proc.
The key idea is that every node keeps track of its relay quality in a fully distributed manner, where RQI (Relay Quality Indicator) is defined as a metric to measure both the ability of receiving packets from content source and the ability of successfully relaying them to successors.
Decode-and-forward (DF) and estimate-and-forward (EF) relaying protocols are two prominent relaying strategies for the three terminal relay channel composed of source, relay and destination nodes [1][2].