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interchannel

(ˌɪntəˈtʃænəl)
adj
occurring or existing between two or more channels
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Key features include: 10-bit vertical resolution and signal integrity; sampling rates of 256 GSa/s per channel on 40 to 110 GHz models and 128 GSa/s per channel on 13 to 33 GHz models; up to four full-bandwidth channels with less than 35 fs (rms) of interchannel intrinsic jitter; an optional full factory grade self-calibration module; a chipset based on a Keysight-proprietary indium phosphide process that enables wide bandwidth and low noise floor.
In this process, the use of network schemes to reduce interchannel interference can improve the communication quality of ZigBee network.
For this reason, digital predistortion (DPD) techniques are typically applied to increase the efficiency of the transmitter and at the same time limit spectral regrowth and interchannel interference.
The delta facies include underwater distributary channel (UDC) and underwater distributary interchannel (UDIC) micro-facies (Fig.
Chamorro-Posada, "Interchannel soliton collisions in periodic dispersion maps in the presence of third order dispersion," Journal of Nonlinear Mathematical Physics, vol.
Zhang, "Equivalent relations between interchannel coupling and antenna polarization coupling in polarization diversity systems," IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, vol.
The resulting interchannel bias is negligible when using like receivers, as in this model [24].
[10] proposed the injection-locking technique to compensate the interchannel nonlinear phase noise that occurs mainly due to XPM.
Compared to MIMO systems, SM systems can only equip one radio frequency (RF) chain, avoid interchannel interference (ICI) and interantenna synchronization (IAS), and also reduce the complexity of demodulation.
Then, the intermediate representations of the raw multidomain features are separately extracted by member DBN-GC, in which glia chains work for mining interchannel correlation and help to optimize learning process.
Parameter Parameter estimate Interchannel variability (%) [B.sub.max] ([micro][m.sup.3]/ 39.5 (1.34) 21.8 [micro][m.sup.2]) [k.sub.b] (1/h) 0.0425 (0.0406) 11.1 [k.sub.1] (1/h/cu) 0.00301 (0.00011) 14.8 [k.sub.2] (1/h/cu) 0.00352 (0.000168) 20.9 [k.sub.12] (1/h/[cu.sup.2]) 0.000473 (0.000083) 7.1 Residual Variability [sigma] 8.02 ([micro][m.sup.3]/ [micro][m.sup.2]) [B.sub.max], maximum biofilm growth (in absence of drug); [k.sub.b], biofilm growth rate (in absence of drug); [k.sub.1], MEM kill rate; [k.sub.2], TOB kill rate; [k.sub.12], drug interaction kill rate (cu, concentration units, 1000*ng/mL).
As already known in GNSS community, the double-differenced observables can eliminate the satellite and receiver clock biases, orbit errors, and interchannel biases [17].