channel capacity


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channel capacity

[′chan·əl kə′pas·əd·ē]
(communications)
The maximum number of bits or other information elements that can be handled in a particular channel per unit time.
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The average channel capacity of fading channel with received SNR distribution [p.
The channel capacity is defined as the highest transfer rate of information, which is allowed to be transmitted with a low arbitrary error probability [15].
Note that since the LDPC code, which is used in this study, does not achieve channel capacity, we have to consider the operational rate that is strictly less than channel capacity for reliable communication.
With the higher channel capacity, higher transmission rate and simplified deployment offered by the addition of the Giga Transverse, the performance of the 400 series, which is the undisputed leader in land acquisition with a worldwide install base of three million channels, is further enhanced.
Within a couple of years, when regulatory issues over rates and distribution are resolved, channel capacity will expand, and we might consider the launch of a motor sports and a sports news network.
Under the agreement, the restriction on trading allocation water to downstream of the choke can be relaxed when there is a low risk of demand for water downstream of the choke exceeding channel capacity.
Fast product development cycles, increased channel capacity, and highly compact designs are ATEME's key contribution to the industry's fast adoption of MPEG-4.
In contrast, Dell'Oro Group raised its forecast for voice channel capacity largely because of ongoing strength in subscriber growth.
com does not have any channel capacity constraints -- it can deliver an infinite number of unique "cable-type" television channels to its subscribers -- including general and special interest programming.
a wholly owned subsidiary of Carbon Design Systems, will support Carbon's growing customer base in Japan and expand its sales channel capacity.
Harmonic's DiviCom MV 100, which is the industry's most widely deployed advanced codec-enabled standard definition compression platform, fully delivers on that promise by allowing RTN to seamlessly migrate from MPEG-2 to MPEG-4 and, at the same time, greatly increase the channel capacity of its existing network.