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Method and apparatus for canceling interference in a hybrid terminal supporting both broadcast service and mobile communication service, and a hybrid terminal thereof

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A method and apparatus for canceling interference during reception of a broadcast signal in a hybrid terminal including a broadcast receiver and a mobile communication terminal. In the interference cancellation apparatus, a gain controller adjusts transmission power of the mobile communication terminal, and a transmission power controller determines whether there is a burst of a broadcast signal that the broadcast receiver will receive. If there is a burst of the broadcast signal, the transmission power controller controls the gain controller to decrease transmission power of a mobile communication signal transmitted by the mobile communication terminal at a corresponding slot.

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