Definitions for "Adjacent channel interference"
Refers to interference caused by the energy from a transmitting channel spilling over into an adjacent channel.
Unwanted electrical interference from signals that are immediately adjacent in frequency to the desired signal. This can arise due to imperfections in the transmission channel and/or equipment.
Disruptions in a signal channel caused by power leaking from an adjacent channel, typically resulting from insufficient filtering, tuning, or frequency control in the reference or interfering channel (or both).