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Reduced Interframe Space (RIFS) is one of the new features introduced in IEEE 802.11n to improve its efficiency. RIFS is the time in micro seconds by which the multiple transmissions from a single station is separated. RIFS is used when no SIFS separated response frames are expected from the receiver. The value of RIFS is 2μs for 802.11n phy.
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