A couple of months ago, our colleague (and renewal guru) Dan Kirkpatrick previewed the revised application (Form 303-S) that broadcasters will be using in the current renewal cycle. Among the new aspects of the form that Dan addressed was the change in the RF compliance certification. Now our friend Kevin Fisher, of Smith and Fisher (the long-time communications engineering firm that bears his name), has written a post on the S&F blog providing an engineer’s perspective on some of the nitty-gritty details involved in compliance with RF exposure limits. If you happen to share space with other RF users on a single tower (or find yourself in a cluster of communications towers), you’ll probably find Kevin’s observations – which you can find here – interesting.