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TXOP – Transmission Opportunity
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TXOP – Transmission Opportunity

The term TXOP is used in wireless networks supporting the IEEE 802.11e Quality of Service enhancement. Used in both EDCA and HCCA modes of operation, the TXOP is a bounded time interval in which Stations supporting Quality of Service are permitted to transfer a series of frames. A TXOP is defined by a start time and a maximum duration.

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