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I propose to merge IMD3 into Third-order intercept point or Intermodulation. IMD3 is an acronym for 2-tone active intermodulation, a common measurement in Radio frequency and Microwave engineering theory. This stub article is still small enough that it could be reasonably to be merged into one of the aforementioned articles without causing problems, and would enhance either of those pages with a practical measurement example.
If moving this IMD3 stub article does not fit into Third-order intercept point or Intermodulation, this page should be renamed to something more descriptive like Two-Tone Third Order Intermodulation Distortion Measurements and let IMD3 be a disambiguation page. Ice Ardor (talk) 08:07, 30 January 2019 (UTC)
Support merge as the article seems to fit better inside an existing one. @Ice Ardor: I would say go ahead with the merge, enough time has passed from the proposal and no one has opposed it as of yet. --Willy No1lakersfan (Talk - Edits) 20:24, 4 July 2019 (UTC)