interference suppression

interference suppression

[‚in·tər′fir·əns sə′presh·ən]
(electronics)
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Optional provision, operation and maintenance of a wide area network (WAN) for data transmission at locations of the Deutsche Bundespost and post-successor companies (bax) as well as provision, monitoring and interference suppression of access technology to the WAN.
Simulation results show that the proposed scheme can achieve a better BER performance than SC or MC with CDMA and frequency domain preprocessing in terms of the narrowband interference suppression.
rx][n] provide spatial interference suppression and A[n] is used to subtract the role of the transmitted signal form the received signal for the purpose of cancellation.
Because signal not only determines the signal processing method, but that also directly affect the system resolution, measure precision, interference suppression ability, and target tracking performance, etc.
This integrated filter at the power input provides highly effective interference suppression, which results in optimized electromagnetic compatibility.
It can be realized by using the code sequence with superior characteristics of mutual correlation which affects the interference suppression performance between coded radio signals.
Mutual coupling between the elements of an array severely undermines the interference suppression capabilities of [D.
Although the SAR uses 2-dimensional matching filtering, which has inherent ability in interference suppression, the RFI with strong power will still bury useful signal and take on bright stripes along the range direction in SAR images.
It can also help interference suppression, EMC designs and to reduce costs in the development of electric vehicles.
The topics are from LTE to LTE-A, carrier aggregation, collaborative multipoint, multiple-input multiple output (MIMO), relaying, self-organizing network, heterogeneous networks, and interference suppression.
TM1700 instruments incorporate active interference suppression for reliable and consistent results, including measurements of PIR values, even in noisy environments such as electricity substations.
This was made possible by combining Ericsson's commercially available receiver technology, Ericsson Interference Suppression, with 4-antenna radio base stations.

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