Comprehensive Earth Station Filtering (1982)

By William P. Johnson, Microwave Filter Co., Inc.

Earth stations for Television Receive Only (TVRO) are susceptible to in-band interference from terrestrial common carrier microwave links, out-of-band transmissions such as radar, and spectral noise.

The effects of interference can be minimized or eliminated by proper application of filters in the microwave and/or intermediate frequency signal paths. The proper selection of filters for a system will depend upon the nature of the interference and the effects of the offender on amplifiers and detectors.

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