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This is a thorough and rather learned piece covering pretty well all aspects of the interference problem as it was in 1950. VHF television was affected by impulse interference much more than is UHF, and in those days of trams, tracklesses, and unsupressed petrol engines, there was certainly plenty of impulse interference about. The article concludes with a vital observation that is as true today as it was then, although it is often disregarded or not understood: “There can be no doubt that the most effective solution is the one that prevents the interference from ever occurring.”

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