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1, where n = 1 indicates that the new transmission in the adjacent cell j will start from state 1 (shortest distance towards the BS/AP). 4) with Δ = τ. 1 shows the average path length in the redesigned network with shortcuts. 5 and different 2LR protocols with respect to the number of subcells N. 2 Average τ versus N for different pwlan protocol for N = 300. The modified versions of e2LR and s2LR, which select the candidate users to establish the shortcut so that backwards segments are avoided, provide similar results.