One of the primary factors affecting TIS performance in real devices is Self-Interference, also known as self-quieting or self-jamming. Self-interference is the phenomena where a receiver’s performance is degraded by unrelated emissions at the same or similar frequency to the desired signal. Self interference, to the receiver, is simply a particular type of noise which degrades the received signal-to-noise ratio (SNR). 

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