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What is Interference in networking?
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Interference in microwave systems is caused by the presence of an undesired signal in a receiver.

When this undesired signal exceeds certain limiting values, the quality of the desired received signal is affected. To maintain reliable service, the ratio of the desired received signal to the (undesired) interfering signal should always be larger than the threshold value.

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