Literature on Protection of Radio Astronomy Frequencies:

A. Abbott, 1997, “Astronomers fight incursion of phones into radio frequencies“, Nature Vol.390, p.103-104.

W. A. Baan, 1996, “Keeping the Windows to the Radio Universe open: The side effects of increased telecommunication“, Science International, No.62, p.5-7.

P. Caraveo, 1996, “Le frequenze usate dai radioastronomi insidiate dalle esigenze commerciale“, Corriere della Sera/Corriere Scienza, 11 February 1996.

P. Chien, 1998, “Have you been Flashed by Iridium?“, Sky & Telescope, May 1998, p.36-41.

R. J. Cohen, 1999, “Radio pollution: the invisible threat to radio astronomy“, Astronomy & Geophysics, Vol.40, p.6.8-6.13.

R. J. Cohen, 1991, “Interference Problems and Radio Astronomy in the U.K.“, Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union Colloquium No. 112 on “Light Pollution, Radio Interference and Space Debris”, editor: D. L. Crawford, p.267-272.

R. J. Cohen, 1989, “The threat to radio astronomy from radio pollution“, Space Policy, May 1989, p.91-93.

D. L. Crawford, editor, 1991, “Light Pollution, Radio Interference and Space Debris“, Proceedings of International Astronomical Union Colloquium No.112, 13-16 August 1988, Washington, Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series, Volume 17, San Francisco, California, U.S.A.

R. Dixon, S. Ellington and R. Koch, 1991, “An RFI Survey of Central Ohio“, Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union Colloquium No. 112 on “Light Pollution, Radio Interference and Space Debris”, editor: D. L. Crawford, p.181-187.

The Economist, 1998, “Get off my frequency”, The Economist, April 18th, 1998, p.93-94.

A science under threat – New ESF Handbook makes the case for radioastronomy“, ESF Communications No. 37, p.12-13, 1997.

J. Findlay, 1991, “I.U.C.A.F. and Frequencies for Radioastronomy “, Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union Colloquium No. 112 on “Light Pollution, Radio Interference and Space Debris”, editor: D. L. Crawford, p.194-197.

J. R. Fisher, 1994, “Evaluation of Electrical Device Interference Potential to Radio Astronomy Observations“, NRAO, Electronics Division Internal Report No. 296, Green Bank, USA.

B. Fox, 1988, “Electronic smog fouls the ether“, New Scientist, 7 April 1988, p.34-38.

R. L. Gardner, 1998, “EM Terrorism – A Real Danger“, Proceedings of the 14th International Wroclaw Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility, Wroclaw, 23-25 June, 1998, editors: J. Janiszewski, W. Moron and W. Sega, p.10-14.

F. Graham-Smith, 1994, “The Radio Universe“, Proceedings of the 12th International Wroclaw Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility, Wroclaw, 28 June – 1 July, 1994, editors: J. Janiszewski, W. Moron and W. Sega, p.1-5.

F. Graham-Smith, 1992, “The threat to radio astronomy“, Astronomy Now, November 1992, p.51-52.

S. Gulkis, E. Olsen, M. Klein and E. Jackson, 1991, “RFI Survey Over the 1.0 – 10.4 GHz Frequency Range at the Goldstone Venus Tracking Station“, Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union Colloquium No. 112 on “Light Pollution, Radio Interference and Space Debris”, editor: D. L. Crawford, p.228-239.

W. E. Howard, 1991, “Detection of Radio Frequency Interference from Space“, Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union Colloquium No. 112 on “Light Pollution, Radio Interference and Space Debris”, editor: D. L. Crawford, p.198-200.

H. C. Kahlmann, 1994, “The ESF Committee on Radio Astronomy Frequencies“, Proceedings of the 12th International Wroclaw Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility, Wroclaw, 28 June – 1 July, 1994, editors: J. Janiszewski, W. Moron and W. Sega, p.515-519.

H. C. Kahlmann, 1991, “Electronic Smog in Europe“, Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union Colloquium No. 112 on “Light Pollution, Radio Interference and Space Debris”, editor: D. L. Crawford, p.188.

A. J. Kus, 2000, “Radio Astronomy in Poland“, Proceedings of the 15th International Wroclaw Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility, Wroclaw, 27 – 30 June, 2000, editors: J. Janiszewki, W. Moron and W. Sega, p.770-774.

X. Luo, 1991, “Effects of RFI on Solar Microwave Bursts Observed with Hight Time Resolution“, Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union Colloquium No. 112 on “Light Pollution, Radio Interference and Space Debris”, editor: D. L. Crawford, p.222-227.

J. Maddox, 1995, “Radioastronomy and the unquiet radio sky“, Nature Vol.378, p.11.

D. McNally, 1996, “The Star of Tolerance – an object lesson for astronomy“, Science International No.62, p.22-23.

D. McNally, editor, 1994, “The Vanishing Universe“, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England.

V. Pankonin, 1981, “Protecting Radio Windows for Astronomy“, Sky and Telescope, p.308-310, April 1981.

Tony Reichhardt, 2003, “Car-safety lobby on collision course with researchers“, Nature, Vol. 423, p.675.

B. Robinson, 1991, “Protection of Passive Bands in Australia“, Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union Colloquium No. 112 on “Light Pollution, Radio Interference and Space Debris”, editor: D. L. Crawford, p.189.

J. Roth, 1998, “Iridium’s astronomical impact“, Sky & Telescope, May 1998, p.41.

J. Roth, 1997, “Will the Sun Set on Radio Astronomy?, Sky & Telescope, p.40-44, April 1997

J. L. Schenker, 1999, “Hidden by Radio Smog – The promise of a new generation of radio telescopes has been clouded by satellite mobile phones“, Time, July 12, 1999, p.46.

J. Shapira, 1997, “Radio Sciences and Communications Development“, Global Communications Asia ’97, editor in chief: R. G. Struzak, p.22-24.

W. Sizemore, 1991, “The National Radio Quiet Zone and the Green Bank RFI Situation“, Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union Colloquium No. 112 on “Light Pollution, Radio Interference and Space Debris”, editor: D. L. Crawford, p.176-180.

T. A. Th. Spoelstra, 1997, “Communication with Nature“, Global Communications Asia ’97, editor in chief: R. G. Struzak, p.264-267.

T. A. Th. Spoelstra, 1997, “Will Radio Astronomy Survive?“, Tijdschrift van het Nederlands Electronica en Radiogenootschap, deel 62, nr.1, p.13-18.

T. A. Th. Spoelstra, 1997, “Will “Passive Services” and Scientific Applications of Radio Survive?“, Proceedings of the 13th International Wroclaw Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility, Wroclaw, 24-28 June, 1996, editors: J. Janiszewski, W. Moron and W. Sega, p.728-732.

T. Standage, 1998, “Noisy neighbours on the spectrum – Astronomers take dim view of putting ads in space“, The Daily Telegraph, January 29th, 1998, p.6.

G. Swarup and T. Venkatasubramani, 1991, “RFI Survey for a Giant Metrewave Radio Telescope for India“, Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union Colloquium No. 112 on “Light Pollution, Radio Interference and Space Debris”, editor: D. L. Crawford, p.190-193.

J. Tarter, 1991, “As Bad as Things Are for Radio Astronomy in the Protected Bands – They Are Worse for SETI“, Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union Colloquium No. 112 on “Light Pollution, Radio Interference and Space Debris”, editor: D. L. Crawford, p.273-287.

A. R. Thompson, P. A. vandenBout, T. A. Gergely, 1991, “Interference and Radio Astronomy“, Physics Today, volume 44 (No. 11), November 1991, p.41-49.

W. Van Driel, 2000, “Need for Radio Astronomical Line Observations: From Hydrogen to Alcohol“, Proceedings of the 15th International Wroclaw Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility, Wroclaw, 27 – 30 June, 2000, editors: J. Janiszewki, W. Moron and W. Sega, p.779-783.

A. Winnberg, 2000, “Scientific Use of Radio – Challenges from Space“, Proceedings of the 15th International Wroclaw Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility, Wroclaw, 27 – 30 June, 2000, editors: J. Janiszewki, W. Moron and W. Sega, p.784-788.

A. Winnberg, 1999, “Radio Astronomy – a Threatened Science“, in: RadioWetenskap och Kommunikation 99 (RVK99), ed. J.-O.Gustavsson, Högskolan i Karlskrona/Ronneby, Karlskrona, pp.496-500.