Unwanted interference within a radio channel from another transmitter using the same channel at a different location. Co-channel interference is very common in a frequency reuse system and must be carefully controlled to prevent problems.
This type of interference is caused due to the possible neighboring operating terrestrial wireless telecommunications systems, operating in the same frequency that operate the involved links of the whole satellite circuit.
Radio interference located on the same frequency as the operating channel of a victim receiver.
Characteristic of two RF signals on the same carrier or band of frequencies
Same channel interference from a signal.
Interference between mobile terminals on the same or adjacent frequencies. A key design factor in designing a cellular system is to avoid or minimize cochannel interference.
This type of interference is caused by two or more television broadcast stations utilising the same transmission frequencies.
the interference resulting when a repeater receives signals from a distant repeater on the same frequency pair
One of the primary forms of man-made signal degradation associated with radio, co-channel interference occurs when signals at the same carrier frequency reaches a receiver from two separate transmitters as a result of spilling over from an adjoining cell.
Co-channel interference or CCI is interference from 2 different television or radio transmitters on the same frequency. There can be several causes of CCI; two examples are listed here.