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Kaos:I am not sure if the sentence I wrote below is correct. Could you suggest something?
A device does this by increasing its output load until it senses that the receiving system becomes congested after which it slows down its rate.
Anonymous,afterwhich???... it senses that the receiving system becomes congested, after which it slows down its rate.
No space before punctuation, one space after, and "after which" is two words.
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