mutual interference


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mutual interference

[′myü·chə·wəl ‚in·tər′fir·əns]
(communications)
Interference from two or more electrical or electronic systems which affects these systems on a reciprocal basis.
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2, where both cellular user i and D2D pair j can manage an appropriate transmit power to coordinate the mutual interference, and thus, cellular user i can be a reused candidate for D2D pair j.
In this paper, a class of Holling type II predator-prey systems with mutual interference and impulses is studied.
Multipath routing may be used to increase network throughput and QoS for video applications in MANETs, if paths are properly selected to minimize mutual interference and other disturbance.
According to the principal component analysis, three factors were derived, which left nine questions; of which three were about family interference with work, two were on work interference with family, and four on mutual interference between work and family.
The European Union is a developed system for mutual interference in each other's domestic affairs.
Four field-selectable modulation channels with narrow band PLL filters allow for multiple Model 310B-33456 links to be used in close proximity without mutual interference. Automatic Gain Control (AGC) allows the receiver to compensate for varying site conditions.
The final rail layout at the bottom chamber will allow trains from both of the tunnels to discharge almost without mutual interference.
account the mutual interference of each mobile unit with all the others.
The SU16 also features self-diagnostic LEDs and weak signal outputs, as well as mutual interference protection for enhanced detection stability and performance reliability.
To date, the US has worked consistently to prevent the EU going ahead with Galileo on the grounds that it is unnecessary, that it has the potential for mutual interference with the latest enhanced variant of military GPS, that it can not be shut down by the Pentagon and that it has the potential to adversely affect US GPS equipment manufacturers.

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