Resolving Interference with TV Signal; TETRA, 4G and 5G.
So.. what is 4G and 5G interference?
4G and 5G interference are disruptions in the wireless signals of cellular networks. These interferences can occur due to various factors and can quite commonly affect performance and reliability of these networks. Some common types of cellular interference can be Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) which is caused by nearby electronic devices, power lines or radio-frequency sources. It can also introduce noise into the 4G and 5G spectrum, leading to signal loss.
Another common factor of cellular interference is Multipath Interference, signals bouncing off buildings, hills and other objects and arriving at the receiver at different times causing interference.
Alongside these explanations, jamming, weather conditions, network congestion and physical obstacles can also be the cause of interference.
Where does TETRA come into this?
TETRA interference refers to disruptions of communication signals of radio systems. TETRA is a digital mobile radio standard widely used by emergency services, public safety organisations and more for secure and reliable data communication.
These interruptions can be caused by Co-Channel Interference, when multiple users or systems share the same channel and interfere with each other’s signals.
They can also be caused by EMI, Multipath Interference and environmental factors similar to 4G and 5G.
How do you overcome interference?
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By using our triple-filtered products, interference will be at a minimum.
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