April 1969 | NTIA Technical Memo ERL TM ITS 165

High frequency electromagnetic interference environmental changes expected from future developments near U. S. Navy antenna sites

Robert T. Disney; Arthur D. Spaulding; L. R. Espeland

Abstract: An estimate of the existing HF electromagnetic interference environ­ment was made for the U. S. Navy receiving antenna area in Bremerhaven, Germany. The estimate was based on land use in the area and measure­ments of man-made radio noise from various sources taken in the United States. The probable increase in the interference environment for various types of development in two specified areas near the antenna area was then calculated. The results will be used in an attempt to confine future developments in the area to types that will not render the antenna area useless for its present purpose.

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