A device-to-device (D2D) communication network supports a wireless D2D link between a first wireless transceiver and a second wireless transceiver, the second wireless transceiver accessing a cellular communication network via the first wireless transceiver. The first wireless transceiver receives capability information from the second wireless transceiver on wireless D2D communication resources and transmits, to the second transceiver, power saving information about a power saving mode configuration based on the received capability information. The power saving information comprises information about sleep periods and active periods of the second transceiver. A sync signal is transmitted with a timing based at least partly on the power saving mode configuration, for facilitating re-synchronization of the second wireless transceiver with the first wireless transceiver in conjunction with an end of a sleep period of the second wireless transceiver in accordance with the power saving mode configuration.
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