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Anti-interference technology of communication system

lv Chunhai, Lifeng Zhou


Communication modernization is an important symbol of human societies as we enter into the information age. An important
problem encountered in modern communication is interference. With the development of communication, the establishment of various
communication networks, making the limited frequency of resources more crowded, intertwined to the serious. How to ensure that the
communication is effective, accurate and rapid in the harsh environment conditions in front of today's communications researchers is a
difficult problem. As the mobile communication system must use wireless transmission technology in order to achieve the exchange of
information in the mobile, wireless transmission is vulnerable to a variety of other radio waves interference, a large number of interference
will greatly affect the quality of network communications and system capacity. Anti-jamming technology with strong resistance, strong
technical, difficult, practical and reliable high characteristics, in today's increasingly harsh electromagnetic environment, anti-jamming
technology is particularly compelling. It can greatly improve the effectiveness and reliability of the communication system in the
communication system. Today, anti-jamming technology has become the mainstream of radio communications technology, it is the most
closely linked with the field of communications. This paper mainly discusses the interference problem of GSM system in mobile
communication anti-jamming technology, including the interference type in GSM, the anti-interference ability of GSM itself and how to
optimize the network to achieve the purpose of anti-jamming, so as to meet the requirements of users System capacity while maintaining
good call quality.

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