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co-channel

A secondary communications or computer pathway that is differentiated from the primary one in some manner such as polarity or frequency. See co-channel interference.
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A co-channel LPFM serving Aloha and Beaverton, to the west of downtown, is KQRZ-LPFM, operated by the Oregon Amateur Radio Club.
The co-channel cells user density is set to 0.005 users per square meter, and this parameter is shown in [34] not to vary as the radius of the cell of interest is reduced.
Nguyen, "A Tractable Approach to Analyze the Energy-Aware Two-way Relaying Networks in Presence of Co-channel Interference", EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking, 2016:271.
[3] Thanh-Luan Nguyen, Dinh-Thuan Do, "A new look at AF two-way relaying networks: energy harvesting architecture and impact of co-channel interference", Annals of Telecommunications, vol.
These networks can multiply throughput for users, but edge users can suffer from co-channel intervention, resulting in service outages.
In [15], it was found that the sensing rules have significant impact on the co-channel keep-out distance and this could affect the availability of white space.
The 802.11ad can transmit up to a speed of 4.6 Gbps and if co-channels are eliminated the speed can reach up to the maximum limit.
To determine the beamwidth needed, a network designer calculates the required capacity per client device in a given area, while taking into account co-channel interference.
Panic introduces fellow electrical engineers and students to some basic principles and the mathematical formalization of digital communications, and to recent developments in analyzing the performance of space diversity reception over fading channels in the presence of co-channel interference.
However, the intelligent needs to track the mobile station, so it is inevitable to be influenced by the number and size of antenna elements, and the capability of reducing co-channel interference and the flexible handover capability are limited.
Apart from compactness, other major challenges related to implementation of UWB systems are co-channel interference and multi- path fading.