capture effect


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capture effect

[′kap·chər i′fekt]
(electronics)
The effect wherein a strong frequency-modulation signal in an FM receiver completely suppresses a weaker signal on the same or nearly the same frequency.
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By leveraging the capture effect at stations, we ignore the inter-node interference in the analysis of IBFD asymmetric dual link transmission.
Culler, "Exploiting the capture effect for collision detection and recovery," in Proc.
Thus, although Gibson (1996a, 1996b) showed that perceptual factors can influence the search for old versus new objects, and that some form of masking might contribute to attentional capture effects, the results of Yantis and colleagues (1984, 1988, 1996), together with results from other laboratories (e.
Do attentional capture effects depend on a specific research method?
MRCT works efficiently even under the influence of capture effect and takes less overhead in the tag identification compared to the state-of-the-art protocol [9].
However, CT does not consider the capture effect like most previous RFID anti-collision protocols such as QT or BT.
13-(c), because it cannot adequately deal with the channel capture effect.
13, this proves that EMP is robust to the channel capture effect and properly achieves spatial reuse without broken links.
We attempted to capture effects of expectations by including TNS Gallup's indicator of households' expectations concerning their own financial situation and the Norwegian economy.
The expectations variable may capture effects due to changed expectations regarding unemployment.
11 in presence of non-ideal transmission channel and capture effects," IEEE Transaction on Wireless Communications, vol.
2001) used the Folk et al (1992) paradigm and showed that the N100 components was modulated by stimuli sharing task-relevant attributes only, and singletons that showed capture effects in RT evoked a negative modulation before presentation of the target compared to singletons that did not show capture effects in RT.