interference reduction

interference reduction

[‚in·tər′fir·əns ri′dək·shən]
(electronics)
Reduction of interference from such causes as power lines and equipment, radio transmitters, and lightning, usually through the use of electric filters. Also known as interference suppression.
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Currently, there are mainly two types of methods to mitigate interference: interference reduction techniques and interference avoidance techniques [7].
The inter-beam interference reduction technology estimates the channel at the base station and controls the transmitting signal to adaptively reduce inter-beam interference as channel conditions over time.
Interference will probably always be a problem, but if we can get better at spotting patterns of occurrences, we will be able to resolve them more quickly using technology" Martin Coleman, Executive Director, The Satellite Interference Reduction Group
Martin Coleman Executive Director Satellite Interference Reduction Group
CCI delivers field proven solutions for coverage enhancement, densification and capacity, interference reduction, spectrum re-farming and the co-location of LTE, UMTS and emerging 5G technologies.
In our previous study, RLS has also been explored for physiological interference reduction with the synthetic fNIRS data.
Tenders are invited for purchase of one (1) inductively coupled plasma mass-spectrometer instrument with interference reduction collision reaction cell.
Shimodaira et al., the authors discuss a new Generalized Frequency Division Multiplexing frame to comply it with IEEE 802.11ad standard and extend the intercarrier interference reduction technique to be used for the wireless systems using this standard.
CCI provides RF solutions for cellular (mobile) infrastructure, providing network equipment for 3G, UMTS and LTE co-location, coverage enhancement, capacity improvement, interference reduction, spectrum re-farming and new technology introduction.
Inter carrier interference reduction using ZF beam forming is shown in Figure 7.Orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) transmission is widely used for the transmission of orthogonal signals.
The CDP-certified masterclass is hosted by Martin Coleman, Executive Director of the Satellite Interference Reduction Group (IRG).
Additional advantages include interference reduction, robustness in multipath environments, improved connection reliability and better spectral efficiency.

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