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Interference can best be described as the effect of unwanted signals or noise on the reception of a wanted signal. Interference may prevent reception altogether, may cause only a temporary loss of a signal, or may affect the quality of the sound or picture produced by the equipment.
The two most common causes of interference are radio transmitters and electrical equipment. All communication systems that transmit signals (radio transmitters) are capable of generating interference. These systems include e.g. amateur radios, radio and television stations and mobile phones. Electrical interference may be caused by power lines or electrical equipment in your home.
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