I agree with Pete on this. But that's where the audio files will help.
There has already been a post on qrz.com from a ham who recognized his
problem interference as sounding like one of them. There should be more.
My larger concern, with regard to non-amateur interference sources, is that
we have a habit of not complaining about interference from Part 15 devices
and other incidental or unintentional radiators. That restraint seems now
being used in ways harmful to our cause.
> [Original Message]
> From: Pete Smith <email@example.com>
> With the limited extent of BPL tests in this country, the probability
> an HF or low-VHF op would a) recognize the weird interference as BPL and
> complain officially about it makes it very unlikely that anyone has much
> a complaint record yet.