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This paper describes the calculations and includes a comparison of the results with experimental observations. The results are useful in the design of a satellite communications system in which a TV signal and multiple radio or two-way voice signals are present in one satellite transponder. The calculations show that for each 1 dB signal suppression of the small carriers due to the presence of a large carrier at saturation, the suppression of intermodulation noise is by more than 2 dB. Based on these results, it would be advantageous to operate with a single carrier saturating the transponder when multiple unequal carriers are present.]]>242932694<![CDATA[Microelectronic telemetry implant for myo-electric control of a powered prosthesis]]>24382514<![CDATA[Long-term optimal operation of series-parallel reservoirs for critical period with specified monthly generation]]>1231161225618