Use Selectivity to Improve Receiver Intercept Point
A receiver's intermodulation (IM) spurious response attenuation is a measure of the receiver's ability to receive a modulated-input RF signal frequency on its assigned channel frequency in the presence of two interfering continuous wave (CW) tones. The receiver's protection against spurious response interference is a measure of the its ability to discriminate between the input signal at the assigned frequency and an undesired signal at any other frequency to which it is responsive. This application note analyzes the sources of RF interference that affect receiver linearity. A dual-conversion receiver is examined for off-channel interference response.
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