interference region

interference region

[‚in·tər′fir·əns ‚rē·jən]
(communications)
That region in space in which interference between wave trains occurs; in microwave propagation, it refers to the region bounded by the ray path and the surface of the earth which is above the radio horizon.
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The interference region of every receiver node is changed in the light of variety of transmission power [P.sub.t] .
3 illustrates the simulation results of the probability distribution that a node has the first nearest neighbor under the different interference region. The difference of the probability is remarkable although the interference region changes few.
A bright and dark pattern of interference is formed in the interference region. Now, if one of the two laser light beams passes through the space or vacuum that is polarized by scalar fields, then the interference pattern will be changed.
(c) At the gap of 3.5D: in the lower layer, vortices generated in front of [Pile.sub.2] continue to influence the horizontal forces on [Pile.sub.1] after the strong mutual interference region (spacing [less than or equal to] 2D); see Figure 12(c).
Furthermore, different interference regions in the "mutual interference" category were identified by the classification of Igarashi [33].
Therefore, on the basis of the above analysis, the interference regions between two cylinders for [Pile.sub.1] can be preliminarily classified into three interference regions: 1.5 [less than or equal to] L/D < 2, 2 [less than or equal to] L/D < 3.5, and 3.5 [less than or equal to] L/D [less than or equal to] 5.
This distance is selected within the minimum interference region as recommended by vanheel [1] for an offset of 13MHz and PER of 0.1.
Spill code minimization via interference region spilling.
6 presents the impact of the interference region when it changes from 10m to 30m.
The interference model used here is the protocol interference model, where the interference region is within the scope of the two-hop nodes.
Two different regions are formed after refilling the CLC material into the sample, template, and nontemplate regions, which correspond to the constructive and destructive interference regions, respectively.
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