Guard Interval

Specified period of time used to separate transmissions so that they do not interfere with each other. In IEEE 802.11n, the guard interval has been reduced from 800 ns to 400 ns to boost the throughput. Also used in TDMA transmissions. See also 802.11n and TDMA.

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