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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In this context, there existing bus station Kassel public transport company (KVG) must be moved so far to the north that no mutual interference can take place.
In the first case "tag confusion" occurred, with mutual interference causing defective signal transmission when using a UHF-band electronic tag system in a multi-vendor environment where space was limited, such as in a warehouse or a distribution facility.
The system's unique Hub Site Synchronization feature, using burst synchronization pulses, enables installation of multiple WinLink(TM) 1000 Access units at the same site by dramatically reducing mutual interference commonly experienced with collocated TDD radios.
The goal is to create a re-configurable plasma radar antenna, which can operate in close proximity to other radar antennas without mutual interference.
The inventions of the patent enable multiple callers in a CDMA wireless telecommunications network to efficiently use the same frequency band without mutual interference, allowing for greater system capacity and better link performance.
Long-haul data communications had been transformed by the invention of wave division multiplexing (WDM), a technique that puts four different beams of light with slightly different wavelengths onto a single fiber without mutual interference between the beams--a technique to quadruple the fiber's capacity.
The inventions of the '459 Patent enable multiple callers in a CDMA wireless telecommunications network to efficiently use the same frequency band without mutual interference, allowing for greater system capacity and better link performance.
Loral Skynet and EUTELSAT, two of the world's leading satellite operators, today signed a far-reaching agreement which clears the way for each of them to pursue business opportunities without risk of mutual interference in the geostationary arc over the Atlantic Ocean between 12.
Having FHMUX installed on command and control platforms both reduces the number of antennas and increases range by mitigating the mutual interference of the combat net radios.

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