|Sep 02, 2012, 07:13 AM|
Joined Sep 2006
Multi-channel video downlink
In theory if you sent the same video image down two separate downlink channels, would the interference be very similar between the two images (roughly speaking)? Or would the interference be totally different in most cases, assuming the two channels are close to each other?
I just wonder from the point of view of sending the same image down two different channels then using that information at the receiving end to increase video quality.
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