Method for Transmitting Information underConditions of Excess of Interference Level over Useful Narrowband Signal
There are various methods for suppressing radio interference in communications. In particular, interference exceeding the useful signal level. However, these methods in most cases are based on the parameters of the interference in the spectrums' range, the occurrence's time, the action's direction, polarization, etc. It is known that radio systems with a single receiver do not have effective suppressions' means of powerful broadband interference. In addition, there are fundamental limitations of single-channel information transmission systems formulated in the Shannon-Hartley theorem. We have developed a digital signal processing algorithm. It suppresses radio interference and selects a narrowband useful signal. This algorithm is based on the method of spatially spaced two-channel synchronous reception. The research results show high efficiency. The theoretical model allows error-free transmission of information with a signal-tonoise ratio up to minus 26.5dB. This method will significantly improve information transmission systems for their key parameters. These include the frequency range used and noise immunity.