Making buildings reach the sky is easy. Making radio waves reach around them is the tricky part. Whether the obstacle is an industrial complex or a proposed new building, the problem is the same: anything made of steel, concrete and brick impedes the propagation of radio waves. Anything big enough made of steel, concrete and brick stops them completely. The task of the radio engineer is to ensure that radio spectrum users who have – or are projected to have – a substantial structure between them and a transmitter actually receive the signals they need.
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