Wind farm software promises end to mobile phone interference

Energy consultancy TNEI today launched a new software system designed to model the impact of wind farms on mobile phone signals and provide developers with information on where best to locate turbines. As has been well documented in the past, wind turbines can cause disruption to radar systems, but they can also interfere with communication via micro and radio waves and developers have to assess the likely impact of a wind farm on the mobile phone network before it can be given the go-ahead. Article

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