Echo Chamber

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Echo Chamber

The tendency of members of a group to reinforce each other's views and not to contradict each other because there is little or no information presented from outside the group. An echo chamber is dangerous in business as one member may not see a flaw in another's thinking or may be afraid to point it out. However, the term is most commonly used in media to describe a self-reinforcing story. See also: Groupism.
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Yu, "Study on array source stirring reverberation chamber," Applied Computational Electromagnetics Society Journal, vol.
As explained in an ETS-Lindgren press release following installation of one of the company's reverberation chambers at the 7Layers Sunnyvale location, "Wearable devices' connectivity can be positively or negatively affected by the wearer.
Rosengren, "Correlation and capacity of MIMO systems and mutual coupling, radiation efficiency and diversity gain of their antennas: Simulations and measurements in reverberation chamber," IEEE Communications Magazine, Vol.
[5.] Arnaut, R., "Statistics of the quality factor of a rectangular reverberation chamber," IEEE Trans.
The DSTQ's electromagnetic reverberation chamber, located at its Edinburgh laboratory near Adelaide, South Australia, consists of a former workshop, floor, walls, and ceiling of which have been lined with welded steel sheets to create a Faraday cage.
The convex wall panels open to a surrounding reverberation chamber which adds 7000 sq m to the Concert Hall's 18 000 sq m volume.
Tenders are invited for Carrying Out Painting Works At Reverberation Chamber Of The Acoustic Test Facility At Isite Campus, Marathahalli, Bengaluru-37 For The Year 2017-18 Eligibility Criteria : Should have satisfactorily completed the works as mentioned below during the last Seven years ending previous day of last date of submission of bids.
In OTA test methods, the environment for MIMO terminal evaluation is generated by either a reverberation chamber (RC) or a fading emulator (FE) [2, 21].
A reverberation chamber (RC) is an attractive testing facility [1], which simulates realistic test environments [2].
For it features a U-shaped reverberation chamber behind and to the sides of the stage - the reverberation doors are visible from inside the auditorium and are opened and closed using a remote control system to adjust the reverb to suit individual performances.
Anritsu and EMITE announced that the Anritsu MT8820C radio communication tester has been successfully used in combination with the EMITE E500 reverberation chamber and an Anite Propsim FS8 channel emulator to test LTE carrier aggregation, using 2x2 MIMO and more realistic isotropic Urban-Macro (UMA) fading profiles.