V-Soft Communications Intermod


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V-Soft Communications Intermod

Broadcast engineering software
This program is designed to do detailed intermodulation analysis at a specific site. It also includes an advanced study to identify and map possible intermodulation issues within a station's coverage area. The standard intermodulation study allows the user to enter any number of transmitters to be considered at a location. FM databases can be searched to locate facilities that are near a defined location. The receive frequencies to be protected at the site are also identified by the user. Once these inputs are defined, the program will compute all possible intermodulation products (up to a maximum order specified by the user) and display the results in a table and in graphical form. The program also produces a map showing the areas where possible interference may exist due to intermodulation products within the reference station's coverage area.
800-743-3684
info@v-soft.com
www.v-soft.com


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