Multipath propagation of radio waves negatively affects to the performance of telecommunications and radio navigation systems [1, 3]. When performing time and frequency synchronization tasks of spatially separated standards, the multipath signal propagation aggravates the probability of a correct synchronization and introduces an error. The presence of a multipath signal reduces the signal-to-noise ratio in the received signal, which in turn causes an increase in the synchronization error. The mathematical models of multipath interference suppression in the time and in the frequency domain are presented in the article. Compared to time processing, processing in the frequency domain reduces computational costs. The operation of suppression in the time domain has been verified experimentally.
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