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Implementing distributed wireless protocols at the physical layer today is challenging because different nodes have different clocks, each of which has slightly different frequencies. This causes the nodes to have frequency offset relative to each other. As a result, transmitted signals from these nodes do not combine in a predictable manner over time. Past work tackles this challenge and builds distributed PHY layer systems by attempting to address the effects of the frequency offset anddoi:10.1145/2639108.2642894 dblp:conf/mobicom/AbariRK14 fatcat:pwjt6mnfcreq3n4sr4vdjulgge