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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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Feng, "Outage Performance for Maximal ratio combiner in the presence of unequal power co-channel interferers", IEEE Communications Letters, vol.
Based on the same framework, authors further proposed a new channel allocation algorithm that considers both link adaptation and power control mechanisms, in addition to the impact of co-channel interference (CCI) and multiple data rates in [17].
In [15], it was found that the sensing rules have significant impact on the co-channel keep-out distance and this could affect the availability of white space.
6 Gbps and if co-channels are eliminated the speed can reach up to the maximum limit.
The proposed method mainly depends on spectrum emission mask (SEM) technique to investigate different interference scenarios such as co-channel, adjacent channel with overlapping band (Overlp_B), with zero guard band (ZGB), or with guard band (GB), for different bandwidths of the interferer and victim.
This decision gives rise to new interference issues to be coped with, due to the coexistence of digital broadcast television and mobile radio services in the same or adjacent frequency bands: (i) co-channel interference between neighbouring countries or regions, one of them using the 790 862 MHz band for mobile system and the other for broadcast television, and (ii) adjacent channel interference within a given territory, where frequencies up to 790 MHz will be used for television broadcasting and those immediately above will be used for mobile services.
After conducting inquiries, Channel 4 believes that co-channel interference between Irish transmissions across the water and the Arqiva commercial multiplexes (transmitters) may be the reason for the loss of channels," he said.
Another common problem in WLANs is co-channel interference, which occurs when two or more WLANs are operating on the same channel in mutual proximity.
The trick is making sure users have plenty of aggregate capacity to share while avoiding the co-channel interference that lurks when lots of APs occupy a relatively small space.
Once users move onto the WLAN, Meru's virtualized WLAN architecture guarantees they'll have the same experience as on cellular, because the use of a single RF channel enterprise-wide eliminates handoff interruptions and co-channel interference.
is multiple access interference from all co-channel users, and [eta] is the noise contribution.