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Moreover, in addition to maximizing transmission volume with a Cross Polarization
Interference Canceller (XPIC)(1)the new system also automatically changes the modulation method and the transmission rate in response to wireless link quality as well as optimizes transmission capacity in response to weather conditions thanks to Adaptive Modulation Radio (AMR) functions that improve throughput.
Built-in Cross Polarization
Interference Cancellation (XPIC) with Cross-Polarization Improvement Factor (XPIF) doubles capacity without additional frequency licensing expenditure, offering an opportunity to contain capital expenditure.
The chapters are grouped into sections, with the first 7 on such fundamental principles as average Hamiltonian theory and cross polarization
The dBMicro-VTree features three independent cross polarization
antennas in a single, slender unit with no visible cables that can be mounted on locations such as rooftops, monopoles, and billboards, ideal when zoning restrictions or space limitations prohibit larger, multiple antennas.
The papers discuss transient oscillations in high-resolution solid state NMR (nuclear magnetic resonance) spectroscopy, application of high resolution magic angle spinning NMR spectrometry to define the cellular up-take of endogenous and exogenous molecules, magnetization transfer by cross polarization
in liquid state NMR spectroscopy, spin-echo in modulated gradient fro the spectral analysis of molecular motion, current developments in longitudinally detected electron spin resonance spectrometer for in vivo applications, probing the lung microstructure with diffusion- sensitive helium-3 imaging, examining amide proton relaxation rates of highly deuterated proteins, NMR studies of columnar liquid crystals, and high-resolution MR spectroscopy via adaptive sub-band decomposition.
With exceptional sidelobe and cross polarization
performance, the product is suitable for use as a customer premises antenna for commercial buildings or as a hub receive antenna in a sectorized system.
Performance is never compromised with the dual band solution because its excellent cross polarization
discrimination minimizes correlation.
html (1) LTE: Long-Term Evolution (2) TDM: Time Division Multiplexing (3) XPIC: Cross Polarization
Interface Canceller (4) WDM: Wavelength Division Multiplexing (5) Source: Sky Light Research About NEC Corporation NEC Corporation (TSE: 6701) is one of the world's leading providers of Internet, broadband network and enterprise business solutions dedicated to meeting the specialized needs of a diversified global base of customers.