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Radio Blanketing Interference is a term used predominantly in the USA to refer to Receiver Blocking which is interference caused when a strong unwanted off-channel radio signal prevents the reception of another (wanted) transmission.

This problem is greatly reduced by even moderate-quality receivers, which have better selectivity (filtering) and dynamic range than poorly designed inexpensive or disposable ones.

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