interference rejection


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interference rejection

[‚in·tər′fir·əns ri′jek·shən]
(electronics)
Use of a filter to reject (to bypass to ground) unwanted input.
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The units also boast selectable interference rejection, which mitigates the effect of nearby radar transmissions.
Support for Gen 2 DRM aids tag read/write processes in large-scale deployments, while features such as advanced singulation algorithms and robust interference rejection go beyond DRM standards to optimize read rates and air interface performance in a wide range of user scenarios.
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The radio's frequency-hopping technology provides superior interference rejection, thereby ensuring reliable and accurate data transfer.
The Genesys software also enabled Sennheiser to realize a high-end audio receiver series with excellent uniform sensitivity over a wide tuning range and the superlative adjacent channel interference rejection needed for multichannel systems.
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GEORGE TOWN, Grand Cayman -- O2Micro([R]) International Limited (NASDAQ:OIIM) (SEHK:0457), a leading supplier of innovative power management, and security components and systems, was issued 28 claims under United States patent number 7,324,037 for its Analog-to-Digital Converter (ADC) architecture with Interference Rejection capability.
Customers are looking for extremely selective filters for interference rejection, the lowest possible noise figure for enhanced sensitivity and increased coverage, and a very compact package because size is very much at a premium.
Designed to meet the business needs of a future where networked objects are pervasive, the Mercury family of RFID readers includes embedded modules and fixed readers that are fully compliant with the EPCglobal Dense Reader Mode specification; the Mercury5 and Mercury5e also offer DRM extensions, resulting in superior sensitivity and interference rejection.
Our industry-leading radio and baseband implement high receiver sensitivity, interference rejection, wide temperature range, and long battery life- features that demonstrate the commitment we have made to offering a superior end-user experience.

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