This question is a follow-up for my previous one: Reduce the "glare" effect of a receiver within a system.
I have broken the problem into pieces and I humbly think that I've got a way to solve it it with Duet BSS. However, there is still a problem: I have got
$$Y(t)=h_1(t)\otimes X(t) + h_2(t)\otimes s(t)$$
Is there a way be it a hardware or a software solution to use ONE mixture to get my two signals of which I only know that $X$ is much stronger than $s$ and that on the spectrogram they don't overlap?
I thought about putting a relay mast between the emitters and the receptor so I can get two rich mixtures. However, there is a risk that I increase, by doing so, the "blinding" effect on the receptor.
The signals are not periodic but could be seen as cyclostationary.