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The whole bandwidth is equal to the channel bandwidth multiplied by the number of channels.
3) There are three strategies for increasing throughput, he wrote: employing higher order modulation schemes, increasing channel bandwidth, and increasing the number of spatial streams, and 802.
bands and with user-configured channel bandwidths from 7 to 80 MHz, supports
Therefore, spectral emission mask for a certain channel bandwidth can be derived by the following steps:
4MHz channel bandwidth and 2GHz Downlink Base Frequency system having 15dBi as the antenna gain.
However, those methods have not offered an efficient way to solve user perceived QoS, called QoE (Quality of Experience), degradation because of channel bandwidth fluctuation in wireless network.
There are six signal module slots in the mainframe with an optional extension to 12, providing up to 72 synchronously sampled channels per system, The total system bandwidth is 640 kHz, with channel bandwidth from 150 Hz through 200 kHz, adjustable on a per module basis.
To address this market condition, the ML2487A (single-channel) and ML2488A (dual-channel) high speed peak power meters have been developed that feature 20 MHz channel bandwidth, which is a significant improvement over conventional power meters.
The system features a 6 MHz per channel bandwidth, optical automatic gain control, and various diagnostic indicators.
Channel bandwidth is also consumed deciding which devices should use the interface next (arbitration) and for moving ancillary information (overhead) such as status and commands.
not discussed is a receiver which processes a 500-MHz channel bandwidth via two identical 250-MHz channelizers.
Since the satellite or FM subcarrier channel bandwidth is considerably smaller (by a factor of over 500:1), the transmission time for the same amount of video information (a single field video picture) is proportionately longer: eight seconds, compared with 1/60th of a second.