(term) True Diversity

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    A form of diversity that uses two spaced antennas and two receiver channels tuned to the same frequency. Essentially eliminates signal loss (dropouts) by instantaneously selecting the audio output from the receiver channel having the stronger RF input signal. Also referred to as space diversity or dual-receiver diversity.
     
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