AVOIDING THE ASSIGNMENT OF CHANNELS WITH INTERFERENCE
Original Publication Date: 1991-Jul-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2001-Dec-14
In today's existing Tnmking Communication Sys- tem, it is possible to assign a voice channel that was receiving interference from a previous call. Interfer- ence on a Trunking System can be received from many sources including neighboring Trunking Sys- tems, Conventional channels, harmonic transmissions from other transmitters, IF desensitization, and distant Trunking Systems when atmospheric conditions cause "RF ducting".