This video demonstrates how to analyze and mitigate interference and collocation interference between stations.
Interference analysis in WRAP is based on co-channel and adjacent-channel interference (where "adjacent" includes distant frequencies). It is appropriate for stations that are well separated (kilometers apart).
Collocation Interference takes many additional non-linear effects of the systems into account, such as harmonics, inter-modulation products, receiver saturation and more. Collocation interference analysis is appropriate when stations are placed close together, e.g. on the same platform or the same base.