The Effect of Wind Power on Radio Waves

September 19, 2003 [] Comsearch, of Ashburn Virginia claims wind turbines can interfere with surrounding microwave and broadcast signals. According to the company’s reports, the wireless infrastructure in and around a proposed wind farm installation needs to be assessed; and wind energy farms need to be built in compliance with any federal and local regulations governing interference into microwave and broadcast transmission systems. Comsearch maintains that identifying and addressing potential radio frequency (RF) interference to the surrounding communities can safeguard wind energy developers from potential legal and regulatory interference allegations and promote goodwill in the community. Comsearch services can help identifying and addressing potential RF interference problems ahead of time with their five-tier Wind Power Energy Services Package.
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