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it’s important to understand that not every bit that moves through a computer data network is part of the original block of information that arrived at the input computer. In a complex net- work such as a wireless data channel, as much as 40 percent or more of the transmitted data is handshaking and other overhead. It’s all essential, but every one of those bits increases the amount of time that the message needs to move through the network.
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