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subchannel

[¦səb′chan·əl]
(computer science)
The portion of an input/output channel associated with a specific input/output operation.

subchannel

A pathway within a wired or wireless communications channel. Multiple subchannels are transmitted via different carrier frequencies or by interleaving bits and bytes. See channel, FDM and TDM.
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Outage Probability is analysed as the probability SINR of HUE in a given subchannel is less than the data rates.
He claimed the bigger issue is not being able to get cable operators to carry the subchannel that broadcasts SOS programming.
where [epsilon] denotes the mathematical expectation (average) and var refers to the variance of subchannel vector [h.
The addition of the subchannel was a function of the switch from analog to digital TV, which allows stations an allotment of bandwidth to be divided however they so choose
A substitution advantage of OFDM is its adaptability, since it is possible to choose the optimum modulation scheme individually for each subchannel.
While the number of the non zero eigenvalues reflects the spatial multiplexing gain, the eigenvalues represent the power gain in each spatial subchannel.
We propose a new technique for FH, which is based on assigning multiple subchannel hops to handle the transmission.
account for proportionate access by requiting a broadcaster to dedicate all or part of a subchannel, or perhaps even more than one subchannel,
Each subchannel will run a feature film, a news item, and a story for children.
Kim, "Three Dimensional Analysis of Turbulent Heat Transfer and Flow through Mixing Vane in a Subchannel of Nuclear Reactor," J.
The mobile station inserts a Reverse Power Control Subchannel on the R-PICH.
Just click on them from the pull-down Favorites menu and drag their URLs to the appropriate NeoPlanet channel or subchannel.