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it would be unable to transmit to device B in any case, since device B is already occupied. Conversely, suppose device C again has a message for device B, but this time device B is transmitting to device A. Again, device C goes to sleep; also again, it would be unable to transmit its message anyway, since device B is occupied. Hence, sleeping does not affect the latency of the message. The fundamental dif culty with PAMAS is one of implementation: The requirement for a second (control) channel, in addition to the data channel, adds signi cantly to the cost of the network device, since a second wireless transceiver, plus duplexer, is required. 8.3.3 Sensor-MAC
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