Lots of luck!
Dirty insulators MILES away will make the sparks that will be seen as NOISE
at that QTH.
I once lived in close proximity (like you) to the main power entering my
community. The power company wanted to help but, they did not have the
resources. That was 20 years ago when washing insulators was a normal PM.
I have not seen an insulator washed in 10 years or more.
I solved my problem by moving to an area that has underground utilities.
Try this -- drive up there with a good mobile H.F. radio and listen. Do
this when there is no wind -- and again during wind.
Hope your deposit is refundable.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Gary Myers" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, November 24, 1999 5:23 PM
Subject: [TowerTalk] Power Line Noise?
> Gentleman, I have just placed an offer on a parcel of land... 2 A ready
> some towers. I have one concern that I hope some of you can put to rest.
> There is a high tension line that is 500' west of my property. It is the
> major cross country type - I do not know somewhere in the 100's of Kv
> I suppose. I assume this will not be a noise problem. Please tell me -
> experience - this is the case (or not). I plan on stacking antennas from
> 50 - 140 feet - the ht line is at around 60' I suuppose and is in my S Pac
> direction from NC.
> thanks, Gary
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