A Method of Detecting Significant Sources of Intermodulation Interference.
Research and development rept. 12 Jul-20 Aug 73,
NAVAL ELECTRONICS LAB CENTER SAN DIEGO CALIF
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An accurate knowledge of lowest orders is shown to be important for locating significant sources of intermodulation interference signals. A practical, reliable method is presented for calculating the lowest order occurring on the frequency of any intermodulation signal observed to be strong enough to threaten low-error-rate reception. A hypothetical example involving two local transmit frequencies is described. The method is found to represent a major extension in applicability and ease of use over previous calculations, which were awkward and unsatisfactory for field use. Author
- Radio Communications