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The ability to detect man-made interference is not much use unless the source can be located, however.
Now, it may also have to respond to a significant impact from humans, through air pollution and a man-made interference with the global climate.
The recorded data often contain pulsar-like, man-made interference signals.
The characters of Paul et Virginie live off the land without needing technology or man-made interference.
Other disturbances which can affect the quality of our 408-MHz images are the Sun and man-made interference.
This may be due to the species' ability to travel throughout large bodies of water, thus avoiding dams and man-made interferences along smaller streams.
Behind the scenes, digital signal processing software is used to analyse data and clean out man-made interference that would otherwise make the captured information useless.
Noise, especially man-made interference from electronic devices, tends to have a great effect on the HF bands.
The Holderness coast, in East Yorkshire, loses nearly 6ft a year due to rising sea levels caused by climate change and man-made interference.
Co-author Holly Hughes, a former executive editor of Fodor's Travel Publications, said: 'The devastation wrought by climate change and direct man-made interference is familiar to all of us.
For example, an amateur radio operator will complain about QRM (man-made interference), or tell another operator that there is "QSB on the signal"; "to QSY" is to change your operating frequency.
A sensitive millimetre and submillimetre array such as the LSA will permit us to study objects at moderate to high redshifts relatively free of the man-made interference that plagues observations of redshifted objects at longer wavelengths.
This can take the form of natural interference, as a result of solar activity, for example; accidental man-made interference due to signal reflection or faulty transmitter equipment; and deliberate jamming of the satellite signal by transmitters that drown it out by broadcasting their own signal on the same frequency.