In-band Interference from a Nearby Transmitter

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In general it is not good practice to locate a transmitter close to a direction finding antenna.  But how close is too close?  We’ve updated our application note on this subject.  In the application note we calculate the separation required to insure that there is no damage to the direction finder.  We also calculate the level of desense caused by nearby tranmitters and the separation required to provide optimum direction finding performance.  If you are contemplating mounting your direction finder near a transmission source and have additional questions please contact us and we would be glad to help you.

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