What is meant by the blocking dynamic range of a receiver?
Which of the following describes two types of problems caused by poor dynamic range in a communications receiver?
How can intermodulation interference between two repeaters occur?
What is an effective way to reduce or eliminate intermodulation interference between two repeater transmitters operating in close proximity to one another?
If a receiver tuned to 146.70 MHz receives an intermodulation-product signal whenever a nearby transmitter transmits on 146.52 MHz, what are the two most likely frequencies for the other interfering signal?
If the signals of two transmitters mix together in one or both of their final amplifiers, and unwanted signals at the sum and difference frequencies of the original signals are generated, what is this called?
Which of the following describes the most significant effect of an off-frequency signal when it is causing cross-modulation interference to a desired signal?
What causes intermodulation in an electronic circuit?
What is the purpose of the preselector in a communications receiver?
What does a third-order intercept level of 40 dBm mean with respect to receiver performance?
Why are third-order intermodulation products within a receiver of particular interest compared to other products?
What is the term for the reduction in receiver sensitivity caused by a strong signal near the received frequency?
Which of the following can cause receiver desensitization?
Which of the following is a way to reduce the likelihood of receiver desensitization?
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