mutual interference


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mutual interference

[′myü·chə·wəl ‚in·tər′fir·əns]
(communications)
Interference from two or more electrical or electronic systems which affects these systems on a reciprocal basis.
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Besides, we model a joint mode selection, link allocation and power control optimization problem, where the interference suffered by both kinds of users and their QoS requirements are simultaneously considered to achieve the tradeoff between the mutual interference and the rate.
The proposed methodology is based on the evaluation of the cumulative distribution of the Signal-to-Interference plus Noise-Ratio (SINR) and of the consequent degradation of DVB T and LTE system performance due to the mutual interference.
001) had a significantly positive impact on mutual interference between work and family.
Our analysis of mutual interference in predator-prey and parasitoid-host experiments (Arditi and Akcakaya 1990) was a study dealing with the functional response at the behavioral time scale (i.
If so, mutual interference, harmonic distortion, and neutral conductor heat buildup may occur.
This design reportedly eliminates the mutual interference typically generated by the difference in output volume, pressure, and viscosity of the two material components.
Actually, to be different from traditional cellular system, channel allocation for distributed CA in dense small cell networks faces a challenge that the mutual interference is more serious.
On the other hand, when multiple radars are simultaneously operated, the strong reflected waves from car bodies or others cause mutual interference between radars at the direction of which each antenna beam is closed in angular domain.
In this paper we attempt to introduce multi-path routing combined with adaptive carrier sense range thus minimizing mutual interference caused by neighboring nodes still keeping low level of collision rate.
Masks for both transmitter and receiver characteristics are presented, the level of mutual interference between CDMA base stations and FM (TDMA) subscriber stations is assessed quantitatively, and the mutual interference between CDMA subscriber stations and FM (TDMA) base stations is examined.
Predator mutual interference - combined with a predator reproductive rate that depends on nutrient and/or energy storage in the predator population and thus, in a delayed manner, on the consumption rate - gives an excellent fit, but the best model is a combination of the delayed predator reproductive rate with a sigmoid functional response.
2], mutual interference, systems integration and human factors (where quantifiable as delays, etc.

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