predicted-wave signaling

predicted-wave signaling

[prə′dik·təd ‚wāv ′sig·nəl·iŋ]
(communications)
Communications system in which detection is optimized in the presence of severe noise by using mechanical resonator filters and other circuits in the detector to take advantage of known information on the arrival and completion times of each pulse, as well as on pulse shape, pulse frequency and spectrum, and possible data content.
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