The M.I. Problem of Co-Sited Radio Sets with Reference to Their Performance as a function of Total Link Selectivity,
SIGNALS RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT ESTABLISHMENT CHRISTCHURCH (ENGLAND)
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The report shows that by ordering the designers sequence and scope of decisions it is possible, given the required data, to divide the front-end selectivity in a radio set in an optimum manner between transmitter and receiver to achieve a desired Mutual Interference specification. A representative example is given and repeated with various parameter changes to illustrate the technique.
- Radio Communications