The mitigation of radio noise and interference from on-site sources at radio receiving sites
Vincent, Wilbur R.
Munsch, George F.
Adler, Richard W.
Parker, Andrew A.
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Radio noise and interference from sources within the confines of radio-receiving sites is described and effective mitigation techniques are presented along with ineffective techniques. Of special concern is that many signals and most cases of noise and interference were non-stationary and could not be described with conventional stationary statistical techniques. Instrumentation used to cope with the intermittent and the time-varying properties of signals, noise, and interference is described.
NPS Report NumberNPS-EC-09-003
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