Reducing Time-Delay Interference in Mission-Critical Situations (.PDF Download)

Critical as voice communications are for first responders, time-delay interference (TDI) is a technical effect that could potentially disrupt this vital link. Reducing the effects of TDI should therefore be a priority for all system integrators and design engineers who want to achieve maximum reliability for voice communications systems used in emergencies. In a distributed antenna system (DAS) for in-building wireless networks, there are several ways to reduce TDI to make sure first

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