In response to the Federal Communications Commission’s inquiry on whether it should study changes in the radio frequency noise floor, a number of commenters identified common sources of RF noise and interference that they encounter. The most common RF noise sources include:
Harmful LED lamp interference. “The solution in most cases is to replace the lamp with a different brand that does not cause harmful interference. … The bottom line is that the interference is strong enough to affect a 700/800 MHz cellular base station,” said Pericle Engineering in its FCC comment.