PREDICTING THE ELECTROMAGNETIC ENVIRONMENT AT A SITE.
Final engineering rept., suppl.
ITT FEDERAL ELECTRIC CORP PARAMUS N J
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The report contains the step-by-step procedures for applying the technique to obtain a measurement of the electromagnetic environment at a site with a minimum of actual field measurement. This technique has been designed to be used to determine whether an equipment planned for installation at a site can be expected to encounter interference from distant on or off-base transmitters. It is based on signal intensity behavior as a function of calendar time and frequency and produces results in the form of the percentage of total time over the course of a year when the signal intensity for a given frequency received at a site, will be above a given level. By knowing the threshold level of the particular equipment being considered for installation, it is possible to determine whether the signal intensity levels expected will present a significant problem and whether redesign efforts or other approaches for eliminating or reducing the interference are needed or desired. Author
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