interference control

interference control

[‚in·tər′fir·əns kən‚trōl]
(ordnance)
The monitoring of radio frequencies assigned to a missile range to detect interfering radiations that could cause missile-borne equipment to malfunction, and the concerted effort to locate and terminate the source of such radiations.
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Various interference control methods have been proposed to alleviate the interference within the D2D communications underlaying cellular networks.
(iii) For the control of the interference among MSs, we present a new cooperative interference control algorithm using evolutionary coalition game theory that iteratively solves intercoverage capacity optimization among MSs and eliminates interference by dynamics evolution.
Fujitsu will proceed with verification testing of the features and functions of this interference control technology with the aim of actual implementation in fiscal 2013.
"These positive effects of physical exercise on inhibition/interference control are encouraging and highly relevant, given the importance of inhibitory control and interference control in daily life," they said.
Sowerby, "Angular independent frequency selective surfaces for interference control in indoor wireless environments," Electronics Letters, Vol.
The interference control (IC) plays a key role on the CRNs operation.
interference control at the cell edges and Adaptive Beamforming dynamically
Morrison, a consultant and lecturer in interference control and electronics, presents an alternative to the circuit theory approach used by engineers in digital circuit board design that emphasizes energy flow rather than just signal interconnection to explain logic circuit behavior.
According to the company, BroadOne LTE Femtocell features interference control technology that reduces signal interference between outdoor macrocell base stations and the femtocell, enabling high-quality communications.
Mitola observed that it is no longer effective to think in terms of "strictly licensed or unlicensed bands" and promoted use of the dynamic spectrum databases of the FCC to holistically integrate out-of-band, low-power, high-speed wireless devices into a new "interference control" era.
11) will include presentations covering computational electromagnetics, EMC management, computer modeling, ultrawideband EMC, system susceptibility, EM interference control, signal integrity, shielding effectiveness, and product safety.
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