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    Size of a transmission packet

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    I am designing a wireless communication system (based on Aloha like algorithm) for node discovery for vehicular communication with frequencies in the range of 2.4 GHz or 5 GHz (not decided yet).
    The transmission rate is $\lambda_o$. The transmission time for discovery packet is $ \tau = 1ms $(or 10 ms or 100ms).

    My question is, how can I find the packet size.
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    Re: Size of a transmission packet

    What? Your question is like "I'm driving 2 hours, or maybe 5 hours, how fast am I driving?" Unless I'm missing something. And I have no idea what $\lambda_o$ or $ \tau mean.

    MAYBE your answer is packet size= ($ \tau) * ($\lambda_o$) , i.e. data rate (data/sec)*transmission time(sec)=data.

    You REALLY need to clarify your question.



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