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A method of setting up a wireless system receiver so there is a minimum of dropouts (no sound). A diversity system uses two or more antennas to pick up the signal. A processor in the receiver decides which signal is stronger and silently and quickly switches to it. This system just about totally eliminates multi-path dropouts.

Source: Church Audio & Acoustics Glossary

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