CST – Computer Simulation Technology

1 Apr 2012

Orlando, FL, 2 April 2012, Computer Simulation Technology (CST) and Delcross Technologies (Delcross) will be demonstrating initial integration and capabilities for cosite interference solutions at DoD Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) Program Review, booths # 21 and 22.

Realistic environments containing multiple aggressors (transmitters) and multiple victims (receivers) pose significant engineering challenges with respect to cosite interference. In order to predict cosite interference accurately, a large number of contributing factors have to be taken into account. In particular, the RF performance characteristics of each transmitter (Tx) and receiver (Rx) as well as the wideband coupling/isolation between all antennas must be considered in order to identify and eliminate undesired interference between systems.

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