What is “fate-sharing” in 802.11?

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Anyone who explain the "fate-sharing" in 802.11 between MIMO stream? Could you give some examples about fate-sharing?
ASKED: July 30, 2013  6:11 AM
UPDATED: July 30, 2013  11:36 AM

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  • TomLiotta
    Fate Sharing is a network engineering concept that was apparently first described in The Design Philosophy of the DARPA Internet Protocols. It's basically just the idea that some things ought to be logically tied together so that if one is lost, the other is also lost.   As for examples of it being part of wireless protocols, please describe the business reason for needing examples. The question has an academic feel that makes it difficult to see it as a problem to be resolved.   Tom
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