adjacent-channel interference

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adjacent-channel interference

[ə′jās·ənt ′chan·əl in·tər′fir·əns]
(communications)
Interference that is caused by a transmitter operating in an adjacent channel.
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In these results PR is negative since adjacent channel interference power can be greater than the wanted signal power.
Another item of future investigation deals with adjacent channel interference between mobile radio and digital television operating in adjacent frequency bands.
The Chebychev filter removes much more of the adjacent channel interference than the Bessel filter.
Both the co-channel and adjacent channel interference are considered in this simulation.
11a documentation specifies that the alternative adjacent channel interference (AACI) be at a fixed power level of -47 dBm for all data rates.
The Genesys software also enabled Sennheiser to realize a high-end audio receiver series with excellent uniform sensitivity over a wide tuning range and the superlative adjacent channel interference rejection needed for multichannel systems.
Co-channel and adjacent channel interference evaluation for IMT-Advanced coexistence with existing fixed systems.
Inversely, the total number of carriers that can be multiplexed into a single channel, knowing the required CTB interference level, can be calculated assuming that all of the interference signals are noncoherent and the bandwidth is, wide enough for all of the carriers to exist with acceptable adjacent channel interference.
Notwithstanding the technology's potential, the possibility of co-channel and adjacent channel interference from unlicensed devices operating in licensed spectrum causes concern among both regulators and licensed users.
Transmission delay, Doppler shift, multipath fading and adjacent channel interference are problems that must be dealt with in order to provide quality service to end users.