Using two or more receiving antennas on a wireless device to eliminate multipath signal distortion. Typically, the signal from the antenna with the least noise (best SNR) is chosen, and the other antenna is ignored. However, there are also methods that use incoming signals from both antennas. It is quite common to see two antennas on 802.11 wireless LAN access points and PC cards. See MIMO, beamforming, signal-to-noise ratio and multipath.