Fluke ii910 helps solve radio communication turbulence at Rotterdam The Hague Airport
The Fluke ii910 has helped to identify the root cause of communication interference between the air traffic control and pilots at Rotterdam The Hague Airport.
The Precision Acoustic Imager was used by European electricity transmission system operator, TenneT, quickly and easily to identify a partial discharge issue that was causing a 10-20 second communication blackout between ground staff and pilots.
In January 2021, the Dutch Radio Communications Agency informed TenneT that interference coming from one of the substations it managed and maintained was causing a communication problem between air traffic control and pilots on all incoming flights from the UK. TenneT immediately undertook further investigations to identify the potential root causes of the interference.
Read the full article in PBSI's January issue
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