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co-channel

A secondary communications or computer pathway that is differentiated from the primary one in some manner such as polarity or frequency. See co-channel interference.
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Additionally, the results of the long-distance signal coverage and anti co-channel interference tests showed that Huawei APs displayed a much lower drop rate when placed in a co-channel interface environment.
6 Gbps and if co-channels are eliminated the speed can reach up to the maximum limit.
ISCO's PurePass([R]) digital signal processing technology continuously identifies and counteracts the many types of co-channel and adjacent interference that cause "physical layer impairments".
The dynamic, adaptive and resilient receiver design has a high immunity to adjacent and co-channel interference and several types of intentional jamming, making it particularly suited for military use.
Wideband Beamformer System (WBS), an in-line system that digitally pre-processes the co-channel RF environment ahead of the cellular surveillance receiver, enabling it to reliably demodulate the cell traffic in a target area.
Channel blanket, as opposed to cell architecture, is optimal for LPVs as it eliminates co-channel interference between wireless LAN cells, so that valuable system bandwidth is deployed for user communications.
The software also accounts for co-channel and adjacent channel interference from Wi-Fi devices and displays how much bandwidth each device consumes.
Spectrum conditioning incorporates digital signal processing to condition the reverse RF link, the link from the subscriber's device to the base station, which removes the negative effects of co-channel interference power and adjacent channel leakage.
For example the grouping of users within long codewords has the consequences that efficient co-channel interference mitigation techniques (precoding as in LTE) can be hardly applied and that the user latency as well as the scheduler efficiency are not optimized.
High-density best practices usually call for a large number of APs to get the needed capacity, with care taken to limit co-channel interference.
By eliminating co-channel interference, providing multiple uplinks, and taking advantage of reflected RF rather than being hindered by it, the Extricom solution has an intrinsic reliability that is unparalleled in the WLAN industry.
The technology eliminates the co-channel interference inherent in traditional WLAN systems, to deliver zero-latency mobility, robust, wire-like client connections, and the ability to design for a guaranteed and predictable level of service for all users.