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Areas of cochannel interference and multipath created by 8-VSB modulated distributed transmitters in flat terrain

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1 Author(s)
O. Bendov ; TV Transmission Antenna Group Inc., Cherry Hill, NJ, USA

Presentation is made of the methodology for defining the area in which the signal from an auxiliary on-channel transmitter appears to the receiver as multipath, and the area where the signal from an auxiliary on-channel transmitter appears as new cochannel interference. The size and location of these areas depends on how well the contour of the receiver equalizer window can be made to overlap the cochannel interference contour. The optimum overlap requires a specific adjustment to the height, power and delay of the auxiliary transmitter.

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IEEE Transactions on Broadcasting  (Volume:52 ,  Issue: 1 )