R&D Report 1971-32 : A feasability study of an adaptive system for UHF television D.E. Susans, J.G. Spencer This report describes the results of an investigation into the feasibility of producing an adaptive receiving system for UHF television suitable for rebroadcast links in situations where, with standard techniques, there would be unacceptable interference. The system is designed to adjust continuously the directivity pattern of a receiving aerial array so as to steer minima onto the bearings of unwanted transmissions. An experimental equipment was constructed and shown to work successfully. Its design and performance are discussed and suggestions are made for an improved system designed to overcome some limitations in its performance. The field of application to rebroadcast links is discussed.