High-Order Intermodulation Effects in Digital Satellite Channels

@article{Eng1981HighOrderIE,
  title={High-Order Intermodulation Effects in Digital Satellite Channels},
  author={Kristine Eng and On-ching Yue},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems},
  year={1981},
  volume={AES-17},
  pages={438-445}
}
The phenomenon of intermodulation generation due to passive and normally linear components is sometimes called passive intermodulation. A unique characteristic of passive intermodulation interference in communications satellites is that the products causing trouble are of high orders. Due to the immense combinatorial complexity of the problem, both exact analysis and direct simulation are almost impossible. In this paper the problem is simplified by considering a composite interference model… CONTINUE READING

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