harmful interference

harmful interference

[′härm·fu̇l ‚int·ə′fir·əns]
(communications)
Radiation, emission, or induction which endangers the functioning of a radionavigation broadcasting service or of a safety broadcasting service, or obstructs or repeatedly interrupts a radio service operating in accordance with the appropriate regulations.
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A conferenced, bipartisan bill was passed by the Senate last night, recognizing and promoting the right of United States companies to engage in exploration for and the extraction and ownership of space resources free from harmful interference, including water and minerals from the Moon and other celestial bodies.
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The commission correctly determined the first necessary step is to investigate whether or not it is technically feasible to operate devices without causing harmful interference to avionics or to wireless networks," said Scott Bergmann, vice president of regulatory affairs at wireless association CTIA.
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Bloomberg reported that a draft report of that testing stated, "No additional testing is required to confirm harmful interference exists.