multipath


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multipath

(ˈmʌltɪˌpɑːθ)
adj
(Broadcasting) relating to television or radio signals that travel by more than one route from a transmitter and arrive at slightly different times, causing ghost images or audio distortion
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Justin Collery developed Multipath Networks after he moved from his city center location to the suburbs and struggled to get fast and reliable broadband.
In one recent demonstration, the team was able to correlate changes in the multipath signals to snow depth by using data collected at a field site in Marshall, Colorado just south of Boulder, which was hit by two large snowstorms over a three-week span in March and April of 2009.
By adopting this technology for UHF RFID systems, OMRON has succeeded in reducing reflections, thus minimizing the degradation of system performance due to multipath interference.
AGA-9 resulted in another increase in the sales of multipath ultrasonic flowmeters for natural gas.
It is very robust to the unpredictable changes of the RF environment, such as multipath delay-spread.
Our antennas offer superior multipath mitigation and are built to withstand the challenging environments encountered in many applications.
Multipath echo sounder is designed for obtaining spatial bathymetric maps of the seabed with high resolution control of dredging, searching and detection of objects on the seabed and inspection of port and other hydraulic structures.
The entire line of Tenor MultiPath Switches and Gateways will now be fully upgradable to this newest release.
Some of the major benefits of multipath ultrasonic metering, which is expected to gain a much higher profile in the gas industry with publication of the report.
26 /PRNewswire/ -- Quintum Technologies, a leading innovator in VoIP technologies, will be announcing a line extension to their Tenor AX MultiPath Switches.
s Transmission Measurement Committee, Measurement of Gas by Multipath Ultrasonic Meters - known informally as A.
Rather than focusing on eradicating effects of multipath, MIMO takes advantage of the multipath phenomena, resulting in high throughput and low bit error rates.