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Co channel interference means when two transmitters use the same frequency. It's something you cant prevent.
Adjacent channel interference is when you transmit, your signal spills into adjacent frequency. Normally you are safe if you design with spec, and you can improve by designing a very sharp filter for your transmitter to improve the ACPR.