co-channel interference


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co-channel interference

The confusion in the tuning circuit of a wireless receiver due to a second wireless signal being detected with the same frequency. Due to weather conditions, wireless communications systems (radio, TV, etc.) in different locations that share common channels can experience co-channel interference. See co-channel.
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