From what Johnny L.A.
cited, here is the best I could find:
c. SITING. The primary wind cone should be installed so that it is readily visible to pilots and will likely be located within a segmented circle. In addition, the primary wind cone should be installed so there is no conflict with airport design criteria requirements in AC 150/5300-13, Airport Design. See Title 14 CFR Part 77, Objects Affecting Navigable Airspace, to determine if obstruction lights will be required. See Figures 131 and 132 for installation details. The supplemental wind cone must be located near the runway end so that pilots have an unobstructed view during either landing or takeoff operations. The supplemental wind cone must be installed outside the runway safety area (RSA). The supplemental wind cone must not be inside the object free area (OFA) unless there is a need; and if so, documentation must be provided to explain the reason for the location. The supplemental wind cone must not penetrate the obstacle free zone (OFZ) per AC 150/5300-13. The proposed location must also be coordinated with the local Technical Operations (Airway Facilities) Office to ensure that it will not cause interference with the radiation pattern of any navigational aid facility. See Figures 74 and 75 for installation details on supplemental wind cones.
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I have to ask out of curiosity: why are you trying to figure this out?