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Radio Interference Measuring Has Changed

November 11, 2013

The Federal Communications Commission has issued regulations to protect AM radio station signals from distortion caused by communications towers and other structures.

     The process of "proofing," or "proving" a tower will not cause interference with other signals, will now be made easier by replacing the physical process of measuring an array of points in relation to a tower with "moment method" computer modeling, the action says.


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