interchannel


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interchannel

(ˌɪntəˈtʃænəl)
adj
occurring or existing between two or more channels
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The high sampling rate allows the shape and frequency content of individual trigger pulses to be revealed, while fully synchronous sampling supports consistent interchannel timing measurements with subnanosecond precision.
Shales within the quarry have been interpreted as being deposited in low-energy interchannel swamp and floodplain settings (Towe 1959; S.
Such idler spectral broadening will cause severe degradation of signal quality at the receiver in systems where FOPAs are used for wavelength conversion, all-optical regeneration, or TDM signal demultiplexation, as it produces severe interchannel crosstalk in the neighbour channels.
2013, GLONASS pseudorange interchannel biases and their effects on combined GPS/GLONASS precise point positioning.
However, application of the rule of reason to vertical restraints permitted exceptions where curtailing intrachannel (that is, intrabrand) competition was seen as promoting interchannel (that is, interbrand) competition.
Multiple reaction monitoring (MRM) was performed with a 5-ms dwell time per SRM channel and an interchannel delay time of 5 ms, resulting in a data acquisition cycle of 0.
Zhang, "Equivalent relations between interchannel coupling and antenna polarization coupling in polarization diversity systems," IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, Vol.
4 in order to have both protocols operating in the same frequency channel, they conclude that interchannel interference between 802.
A transaction cost perspective on vertical contractual structure and interchannel competitive strategies.
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A Transaction-Cost Perspective on Vertical Contractual Structure and Interchannel Competitive Strategies," Journal of Marketing, (52), 1988, pp.