co-channel


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co-channel

(ˈkəʊˌtʃænəl)
adj
(Broadcasting) denoting or relating to a radio transmission that is on the same frequency channel as another: co-channel interference.
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With a growing demand to mitigate co-channel interference among wireless networks and devices, including both IEEE 802 and non-IEEE 802 systems operating under general authorization, the IEEE P802.
11ac access points have outshone industry mainstream vendors' offerings in terms of single- and multi-client throughput, signal coverage capability, and anti co-channel interference capabilities in product performance tests and verifications by The Tolly Group, a the leading provider of third-party IT testing and validation services.
The research team used a wide coverage beam forming antenna and also by eliminating co-channel interference despite the number of devices using the same network that Samsung has said that it has overcome the obstacle and now the product using the 802.
Kerrisdale's comprehensive report shows that network administrators have more than enough channels at their disposal to address co-channel interference, which would deem Globalstar's Wi-Fi offering irrelevant.
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Panic introduces fellow electrical engineers and students to some basic principles and the mathematical formalization of digital communications, and to recent developments in analyzing the performance of space diversity reception over fading channels in the presence of co-channel interference.
After conducting inquiries, Channel 4 believes that co-channel interference between Irish transmissions across the water and the Arqiva commercial multiplexes (transmitters) may be the reason for the loss of channels," he said.
The trick is making sure users have plenty of aggregate capacity to share while avoiding the co-channel interference that lurks when lots of APs occupy a relatively small space.
1lb/g standard, and in which access points are carefully positioned and "tuned" during the deployment process to mitigate the co-channel interference that can kill transmissions.
The technology eliminates the co-channel interference that plagues traditional WLAN systems, to deliver seamless and zero-latency mobility, robust, "wire-like" client connections, and the ability to design for a guaranteed and predictable level of service for all users.
NXT6000 has more features such as full DVB-T and NorDig compliance as well as programmable adjacent channel and adaptive co-channel interference cancellation.
For instance, during drive tests, with co-channel interference present, connectivity could not be established beyond 1.