At 06:44 AM 7/25/2006, CARY GOOCH wrote:
>Seems I am back on the towers after years of being a flatlander, and
>have some questions for the list members. I am often working at a site
>with more than one tower, and not sure in which direction other rf
>sources may be pointed.
Generally, there is an agreement among all the tenants at a site to collect
all RF exposure/hazard data in one place. However, that's theory, not
>Is there a device that I can wear (and not be in my way) which will
>alert me of rf dangers?
yes.. Companies like Narda sell personal RF monitors.
>I am also interested in finding the software that will give me a side
>view along the line of sight. That is given the coordinates of two
>towers, and the height of the antenna on each, a graphic that will show
>ground clearance along the signal path. Would be helpful in deciding how
>high each dish should be.
Check out "radio mobile".. google for it. It's free, and does exactly what
>Sorry if these are newbie questions.. I have not climbed in years, and
>RF engineering has some areas of consideration unfamiliar to me.
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