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Single-loop networks tend to become unreliable when the number of nodes in the network becomes large. Reliability can be improved using double loops. In this paper a highly reliable and efficient double-loop network architecture is proposed and analyzed. This network is based on forward loop backward hop topology, with a -loop in the forward direction connecting all the neighboring nodes, and a backward loop connecting nodes that are separated by a distance L\NJ where N is the number of nodesdoi:10.1109/tc.1985.1676514 fatcat:5xoifmtbsbh57icip6e66jjc6q