Here are some examples of what EME Communications can do for you.


This plot demonstrates the population density, down to street/block level, of a stations present or proposed coverage area. This study shows  where the population is within your specified coverage contours.


This study shows the present or proposed transmitted signal vs. terrain to a single location.  Radio horizon studies are a must in planning new transmitter sites or locating problems with present facility coverage.



EME Communications can query the complete FCC tower registration database of all registered towers. Let us locate the owner of any specific tower for you.


This is a plot showing actual interference between two separate facilities operating on the same frequency, If you suspect a problem with interference, this is a study EME can run for  your station.


This is a full color plot of a stations coverage. This plot can include as much or as little detail as one desires. This plot is suitable for inclusion in the stations sales information.


Another way to predict radio coverage is to use the  FCC's new Point-to-Point v2 method. This study shows coverage using the new PTP method over street level mapping..


The F.C.C. has adopted the Longley-Rice Radio Propagation  Model as the new standard in predicting "Real World" Radio and Television coverage. The F.C.C. is now accepting  this model as standard for filing engineering exhibits. If you want to know where your signal  is really going, let us perform this propagation study on your  facility. The presentation is run, overlaid on real street level mapping to enhance your presentation. The Longley-Rice model takes into account Land use and Land clutter, unlike the older F.C.C. f 50:50  method, thus giving you a more real study of your actual coverage.