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I wasn't really thinking about adjacent channels when I wrote that.....more about overload in general.
I seem to remember thinking about the channel-cut yagi as the "deletion antenna" (for want of a better term), or the "opposing" channel antenna, which would point at the stronger station, and be mixed back in, out-of-phase, to try and lower the too-strong signal.
This stuff gets pretty complicated. Sometimes the fix is just too expensive.
Ken English, Sr. Engineer, KSL-TV.
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