Procedures for Analyzing Interference Caused by Spread-Spectrum Signals.
IIT RESEARCH INST ANNAPOLIS MD
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A mathematical procedure is given for determining whether a spread-spectrum signal will cause an unacceptable interference condition in a victim receiver. The procedure involves calculating either the interference-to-noise ratio or the signal-to-interference ratio at the IF-amplifier output and comparing the ratio with an appropriate threshold value. The front end and IF amplifier of the victim receiver are treated as a bandpass filter and non linear processes are not considered. Author
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