Accession Number:

AD0291767

Title:

AUTOMATED SOLUTION OF COMBINED INTERFERENCE MATRICES

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Corporate Author:

GEORGIA INST OF TECH ATLANTA ENGINEERING EXPERIMENT STATION

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Report Date:

1962-08-15

Pagination or Media Count:

1.0

Abstract:

Two procedures are presented for determining sets of frequencie which can be assigned to a c mmunication network consisting of a communication center and several distinct distant sites. For this network the following two assumptions are common to both procedures the operation is full duplex and the channel spacing may be nonuniform over the range of operation. I N THE FIRST PROCEDURE, THE FOLLOWING THIRD ASSUMPTION IS EXPLICIT THE FREQUENCY RANGES OF THE VARIOUS EQUIPMENTS DO NOT OVERLAP. The communications networks produced by each of t ese procedures are re ired to be free of interference due to spurious emissions and spurious responses. Furthermore, each network produced is required to be free of interference due to transmitter intermo ulation. Each of these procedures is explained in detail. T e c mputer program for automating the frequency as ignment process for the case of non-uniform channel spacing is given in complete detail. Aut or

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APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE