Voice of America HF Curtain Array Interference Study
Jauregui, Stephen, Jr.
Adler, Richard W.
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This report describes the results of a computer modeling investigation in which the interference to VHF and UHF communications/navigation equipments from a Voice of America HF relay station was determined. The radiating portions of the station were modeled using the Numerical Electromagnetic Code (NEC). Interference models predict, based on the data available, that the relay station and the nearby airport-based equipments are not compatible.
Prepared for: International Communication Agency Voice of America Code VOA/EPML Washington, DC 20547
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NPS Report NumberNPS-62-81-036PR
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