On 4/16/2012 3:20 PM, Richard Solomon wrote:
> Given that the vast majority of TV's are on Satellite or Cable, is their
> anything to gain by sticking a Low Pass Filter in the Transmission Line ?
There are still a lot of OTA TVs out there. For the lucky many areas
don't have stations left in LOW VHF. In Central Michigan we do and are
in the fringe areas for a number of low VHF stations. At the other end
2-meters can do a real job on channel 12 if there is an antenna close to
you. The only TVI I ever had was 2-meters getting into a neighbors set.
I gave him a good directional TV antenna and that was the end of the
> Back in the day, they were virtually mandatory, given the OTA TV and
> the generous amount of extraneous "stuff" emitted by some Transmitters,
> but in todays environment, are they really necessary ?
> Any thoughts on the subject ?
> 73, Dick, W1KSZ
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