multipath transmission

multipath transmission

[′məl·tə‚path tranz′mish·ən]
(electromagnetism)
The propagation phenomenon that results in signals reaching a radio receiving antenna by two or more paths, causing distortion in radio and ghost images in television. Also known as multipath.
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The VOFDM technology takes advantage of multipath transmission, which is problematic for normal microwave radio systems, and actually allows transmission around line of sight blockages.
4 (low power, low data rate wireless), ultrawideband (UWB), and Multiple Input/Multiple Output (MIMO), which exploits multipath transmission to increase bandwidth, and various mesh networking systems.