Meaning of Interference
What is Interference:
Interference is called the action and effect of affecting or hindering a certain process.
The word interference comes from a linguistic loan from English interference. In this language, the term refers to the specific sense of obstructing, meddling, hindering or meddling in a certain situation, affecting the course of events.
Thus, it is common to use this word to refer to those situations typical of human relationships in which a person stands before some objective or affects the development of someone else's plan.
Actually, the same happens in interference from the physical point of view: the waves affect each other: they can be obstacles to each other or affect the initial course. Let's see.
Interference in physics
In physics, the phenomenon by which different waves affect each other as a consequence of reciprocal action is known as interference.
This action causes the initial movement to increase in intensity, decrease or cease completely. This can affect different types of wave. For example, sound waves, radio waves, and light waves.
Electromagnetic interference or radio frequency interference refers to the irruption or disturbance that an external source, whether natural or artificial, exerts on an electrical circuit.
In the field of communications, it is known as interference to any phenomenon that interrupts, alters or modifies the reception of the signal of a telecommunication in progress. Interference affects the signal path through the channel that is established between the emitter and the receiver.