China Lake Ranges Compatibility

Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division, California provides full spectrum aircraft research, development, acquisition, test, and evaluation (RDAT&E) capabilities for the Navy and other services.

Wind turbines built within the radio frequency line of sight of RDAT&E systems may have a significant adverse impact to RDAT&E activities depending on height and distance from the station. The map below depicts the area of interest for the China Lake Ranges. 

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If you are considering development in these areas, please contact Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division at (805) 989-5848 or or the DOD Siting Clearinghouse at

23 May 2016