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If i have four transmitter,(t1,t2,t3,and t4), and one receiver(R),and each of them just have one antenna.

When t1 is transmit signal to R,the other transmitters (t2,t3 and t4)harvest the RF ,when t2 is transmit signal to R,the other transmitters (t1,t3 and t4)harvest the RF ,and so on.

So it looks like a point to point system,if i want to maximize the rate,which rate is it?downlink rate or "just rate" ,there is no downlink rate or uplink rate when your system is point to point?

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  • $\begingroup$ Why there is no up-link in point-to-point systems? Of course there is. Uplink and downlink are in relation to a central node, like a base station. $\endgroup$ – BlackMath Jul 7 '19 at 16:39

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