wave interference


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wave interference

[′wāv ‚in·tər′fir·əns]
(analytical chemistry)
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Consequently, these new compact SAW filters were developed to improve usability in order to assure stable communications through the prevention of radio wave interference with other systems in adjacent signals during data transmissions and data communications in next-generation high-speed wireless networks.
The stations automatically control radio wave interference, which ensures high-quality communications and enables users to build high-speed, high-volume communications environments indoors, even when installed amid different networks, such as outdoor LTE base stations.
Hong worked at the California Institute of Technology and Developed 3D seismic modeling and ray tracing methods regarding elastic wave interference in complicated structures.