noiseless channel

noiseless channel

[′nȯiz·ləs ′chan·əl]
(communications)
In information theory, a communications channel in which the effects of random influences are negligible, and there is essentially no random error.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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However, at high SNR, the optimized SINR converges to the optimized SIR value obtained for a noiseless channel (i.e., [N.sub.0] = 0).
The sensitivity of POPS-FBMC on hexagonal and rectangular lattices to time synchronization errors is shown in Figure 12(a), when the normalized time synchronization error [DELTA][tau]/Ts varies between -40 and 40, for a lattice density [DELTA] = 0.8, waveform durations D = 3T and 7T, and a noiseless channel. Contrarily to the sensitivity to frequency synchronization errors, the POPS-FBMC with hexagonal lattices is more sensitive to ISI over a time dispersive channel than the POPS-FBMC with rectangular lattices, especially for large waveform durations.