To parrot what the FCC and the ARRL has said in the
past..."make a recording of the interference or it
never happened"...since you are using a spectrum
analyzer at video tape might be handy.
On Sun, 16 Sep 2001 22:49:25 -0500 "Ford Peterson" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Monday night I am sponsoring a picnic for the local ham radio club.
>the members works for the WAN company (ISP) and is bringing his mobile
>GHz Wide Area Network setup in his pickup truck to demonstrate
>interconnect from the vehicle.
>This WAN is operating in southern Minnesota. It is apparently the
>RF based WAN in the world. It goes from Central MN to the IA border
>125 miles square--just a guess). This company has been suspected of
>unusual noises on the bands, including lots of falsing of repeaters
>nodes (nodes are located on a 5-7 mile grid throughout the area). It
>ethernet based structure. A technician for the company has admitted
>some of the equipment does not (and may not) meet FCC rules but I
>get him to elaborate as to how.
>They don't know it but while they are demonstrating their blazing fast
>transfer rates right on my property, I am going to be in the shack
>notes off the screen of my spectrum analyser and radios (HF, VHF,
>UHF)--located only 150 feet from the demonstration.
>What tests should I (can I) perform to identify possible noise
>eminating from their equipment? Your thoughts would be greatly
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