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In _________, the chance of collision can be reduced if a station senses the medium before trying to use it.
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_________ is based on coding theory and uses sequences of numbers called chips.
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We have categorized access methods into _________ groups.
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________ requires that each station first listen to the medium before sending.
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In ________, each station transmits its data in its assigned time slot.
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In the _______ method, the primary device controls the link; the secondary devices follow its instructions.
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In ___________ methods, no station is superior to another station and none is assigned the control over another.
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The maximum throughput for slotted ALOHA is ________ percent.
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In _________, collisions are avoided through the use of three strategies: the interframe space, the contention window, and acknowledgments.
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In ________ each station sends a frame whenever it has a frame to send.
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