adaptive equalization

adaptive equalization

[ə′dap·tiv ‚ē·kwə·lə‚zā·shən]
(communications)
A signal-processing technique designed to compensate for impairments in received signals over a communications channel resulting from imperfect transmission characteristics.

adaptive equalization

A transmission technique that dynamically adjusts its modulation method based on the quality of the line.
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The device supports Ethernet and OTN baud rates ranging from 24 - 28 Gbps and includes adaptive equalization to support applications ranging from CEI-28G- VSR to CEI-28G-MR (up to 20dB insertion loss).
Adaptive equalization on both the host and line side interfaces compensate for channel loss across long PCB traces and across backplanes and twin-ax DAC cables.
TranSwitch s HDplay transceiver is the industry s only HDMI solution that includes AnyCable technology with accelerated adaptive equalization.
Additionally, enhanced receiver performance, with adaptive equalization, allows restores of extremely noisy data without errors.
By using on-chip digital adaptive equalization, Vativ's receiver can recover signals error-free from HDMI transmit sources up to 40 meters away.
Offering best-in-class adaptive equalization capability, the core uses DFE (decision feedback equalization) for high-speed serial line applications, resulting in robust signal recovery and ensuring err or free operation.
Adaptive equalization and impedance in the receiver
It is achieved by adaptive equalization, echo cancellation and the continuous mathematical modeling of the copper loop.
1 G and adaptive equalization on each channel with no requirement for firmware.
In addition, its robust analog front end supports pre-emphasis and adaptive equalization for excellent signal integrity across cables lengths of greater than 100 feet.
Resonext's AccuChannel equalization architecture improves the signal-to-noise ratio by 3dB beyond traditional methods of equalization through the company's patent pending channel estimation and adaptive equalization technique.
Recent advances in DSP algorithms for echo cancellation and adaptive equalization are responsible for successful implementations of 2B1Q.
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