signal-to-noise ratio

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Synonyms for signal-to-noise ratio

the ratio of signal intensity to noise intensity

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Built-in antenna diversity and support for frequency hopping further extends range and enhances wireless performance.
Added feature also includes antenna diversity, customers can choose between printed or U.
In most wireless channels, antenna diversity is a practical, effective and widely used technique for reducing the effect of multipath fading.
When used with Motorola's dual antenna Diversity Access Point (DAP) /Wireless Access Point (WAP) 400 Series, both uplink and downlink performance are significantly enhanced.
69GHz Bandwidth: 5MHz, 10MHz Wireless Access Method: 512/1024 FFT OFDMA Modulation method: 64QAM(**1), 16QAM, QPSK(**2) Antenna: 2x2 STC/MIMO (supports MatrixA & MatrixB) Antenna Impedance: 50 Ohm Diversity: Antenna Diversity Transmission Standard: IEEE 802.
of Manchester, and BAE Systems Advanced Technology Centre) present 21 chapters, beginning with discussions of fundamental electromagnetic theory, basic antenna elements, antenna arrays, beamforming, and antenna diversity techniques.
The antenna diversity feature of the Micronas DRX 3976D dramatically improves indoor and mobile reception, regardless of where the notebook is placed.
The RFX2411 architecture integrates the PA, LNA, Transmit and Receive switching circuitry with antenna diversity support, the associated matching network, and the harmonic filter all in a CMOS single-chip device.
Antenna tuning and antenna diversity are both key elements to solving these challenges.
The antenna diversity provides for optimum reception even under difficult conditions.
Due to its support in multiple-input and multiple-output (MIMO) antenna diversity for better multipath performance, multiple operating frequency bands, on-the-move communication, and multi-hop capability for extended communication range, the MCU-30 SDR can be used to provide seamless communication anywhere without the need of any commercial wireless infrastructure.
bi-directional transceiver interface; through-path insertion loss of 1dB; an antenna diversity switch; and a low-noise amplifier (LNA) with bypass mode.
A combination of two SMS1230 units operating in harmony supports antenna diversity, which further increases the reception performance.