(term) Adjacent Channel Rejection

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    The ability of a radio receiver to reject interference from an undesired signal on another nearby channel frequency. In wireless applications, unless the frequency separation between the desired signal and the adjacent signal is specified, the term is generally not of any practical significance.
     
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