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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The SAILOR GX Antenna Diversity Solution meets a specific demand in the market as it is a simple and highly cost-effective way for service providers to optimise Fleet Xpress and secure the most reliable service for the end-users, said Jens Ewerling, Director, Maritime Broadband, Cobham SATCOM.
In addition, this chip is the world's first to offer field-proven 8 antenna diversity (4x8 MIMO), which will likely play a key role for 5G technology.
Antenna diversity technology was also used to ensure the high-quality reception of signals.
This allows having increased array gains and/or antenna diversity gains.
Wipro's solution enables key Smart TV features such as Hybrid Multi-Tuner (Terrestrial & Satellite), Antenna Diversity, One and Full Segment Services, BS/CS, BCAS Verifier, support for Fixed and Mobile Receivers, and Advanced HD-PVR scenarios.
GreenPeak Technologies adds to Qorvo a legacy of engineering and system-level expertise in wireless RF technology, and offers a range of proprietary antenna diversity and multiple receiver architecture technologies.
For antenna diversity applications, the RFX2511 features a high-efficiency power amplifier (PA), low noise amplifier (LNA) with bypass mode, Transmit/Receive switch, double- pole, double-throw (DPDT) antenna switch for diversity, and directional power detector circuitries.
It claimed a zero VoLTE (Voice over LTE) call drop rate, achieved by implementing different antenna designs, namely Close-link Antenna Tube to negate the impact of hand placement over a cellphone's antenna, and Switched Antenna Diversity with primary- and secondary-grade antennae that adapts to available network by optimising reception power.
RFaxis initially will provide its RFX2401C reference design, followed by its RFX2411 and future products with antenna diversity.
In each measurement epoch four distances (namely d1, d2, d3 and d4) are measured using antenna diversity (also known as space diversity).
SiBEAM's UltraGig solution incorporates advanced beam- forming technology and features a unique antenna diversity architecture supporting single or dual-antenna array architecture.
Use of four-branch antenna diversity receiver technology at cell sites to optimize wireless signal strength.