Our studies accurately evaluate the potential for interference with broadcast and reception of AM and FM radio, television signals, and land mobile radio systems.
Broadcast systems, such as AM and FM radio and television stations, are a critical component of the national communications infrastructure. These stations broadcast emergency, news, music, entertainment, and educational content.
Land mobile radio (LMR) systems play a critical role in enabling seamless communication among public safety agencies, emergency responders, and transportation services, ensuring swift and coordinated responses to urgent situations and enhancing overall public safety.
Structures, such as wind turbines, have the potential to disrupt either of these communication systems. Capitol Airspace can evaluate both the near- and far-field effects to evaluate both broadcasting and reception of each communication system.