Definitions for "Multipath"
Keywords:  ghost, eedfcc, arrive, bounces, gps
The echoes created as a radio signal bounces off of physical objects.
Corruption of the direct GPS signal by one or more signals reflected off the local surroundings. Reflections affect both code and carrier based measurements in a GPS receiver. See Also: global positioning system
In FM-radio or television transmission, interference caused by the signal traveling two or more paths to travel between transmitter and receiver. Multipath is caused by mountains or buildings that reflect the radio or TV signals; the receiving antenna picks up the directly broadcast signal along with the signal after it has been delayed by the reflections. Multipath introduces audible distortion in FM tuners, and in television transmission is seen as "ghosting" in the picture. Multipath can cause HDTV receivers to pick up no usable signal.
Keywords:  multipattern, multiplex
Multipattern Multiplex