Poor Cell Phone Service in LEED buildings
I have heard that the low-ELow-E or Low-Emissivity Coating: Very thin metallic coating on glass or plastic window glazing that reduces heat loss and heat gain through the window; the coating emits less radiant energy (heat radiation), which makes it, in effect, reflective to that heat. In that way it boosts a window's R-value and reduces its U-factor. coatings on windows has been found to block cellular phone singals and make many LEED certified buildings "dead zones" for wireless service. Has anyone encountered this problem? If so, what are ways to prevent or fix this problem. Are there window coatings which do not block the signals?
Any help would be greatly appreciated.