Corpus ID: 107123376

INTERFERENCE MITIGATION IN COLOCATED WIRELESS SYSTEMS

@inproceedings{Ahmed2012INTERFERENCEMI,
  title={INTERFERENCE MITIGATION IN COLOCATED WIRELESS SYSTEMS},
  author={S. Ahmed},
  year={2012}
}
  • S. Ahmed
  • Published 2012
  • Engineering
  • The placement of base station transceivers at close proximity to one another is a major challenge for RF engineers. In a colocated setting, the base station receivers have to receive weak desired signals in the presence of high-power transmit/jamming signals from colocated base station transmitters; resulting in major interference issues. The thesis identifies two major mechanism of interference for the colocated victim receiver. First, the strong jamming signals mix within the victim… CONTINUE READING

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