Assuming consistent spacial interference, e.g.
- The time for packet Z to get from point A to point B will always be constant.
- The time for packet Z to get from point B to point A will always be constant.
Is there a way to know the time it takes for packet Z to get from A to B?
Obviously A to B to A could be determined and halved, but that would assume that the time it takes to get from A to B is the same as the time it takes to get from B to A.
Even with 3 points, it doesn't seem like there is a way to isolate the vector from A to B.