Well, it MAY be good news. So far, we haven't had a chance to confirm it one
way or the other. I've been kinda' busy with BPL stuff. :-)
Tom Frenaye told me today of a newer flat-screen technology that seems to be
quiet at his QTH, so it may be moving onward.
We even have a few reports of RFI from incandescent bulbs, so there have always
been neighborhood RFI threats from devices. Once upon a time, it was predicted
by some that noise from computers would destroy amateur radio. While it has
been a problem, many of us live with some computer noise on our bands.
Hams have reported RFI from their own TVs, or computers, but so far, I don't
recall a report to ARRL about RFI from a neighbor's plasma TV.
Any horror tales on this list?
Ed Hare, W1RFI
225 Main St
Newington, CT 06111
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Michael Tope [mailto:W4EF@dellroy.com]
> Sent: Friday, November 07, 2003 12:15 AM
> To: Hare,Ed, W1RFI; email@example.com; Tom Rauch
> Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
> Subject: Re: [RFI] Formal RFI complaint to the FCC
> That's good news, Ed. It means that the RFI isn't necessarily
> inherent in the technology like it is with BPL. Plasma displays
> seem to be here to stay, so its nice to know that you can
> actually build one cleanly if the EMI design is done right.
> Mike, W4EF.............................................
> > >From the reports I have seen, some plasma TVs are clean
> while others are
> not. I am wondering whether it is really a switch-mode power
> supply problem
> or something similar.
> > 73,
> > Ed Hare, W1RFI
> > ARRL Lab
> > 225 Main St
> > Newington, CT 06111
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