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Technical Information and Guidelines on the Assessment of the Potential Impact of Wind Turbines on Radiocommunication, Radar and Seismoacoustic Systems
Studies have shown that the rotating blades and support structure of a wind turbine can impact AM (amplitude modulated) RF (radio frequency) signals. FM (frequency modulated) signals are much more immune to this phenomena and may only become impaired in very close proximity to a wind turbine. Experience and studies in Europe and the United States have indicated that both the physical structures of the tower/turbine and the rotating blades can cause interference on conventional and Doppler radar signals. Wind . . . Complete article »

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