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Re: Topband: RE: [RFI] WWRB

To: <Topband@contesting.com>, "RFI" <RFI@contesting.com>,"Hare,Ed, W1RFI" <w1rfi@arrl.org>
Subject: Re: Topband: RE: [RFI] WWRB
From: "Tom Rauch" <w8ji@contesting.com>
Reply-to: Tom Rauch <w8ji@contesting.com>
Date: Wed, 5 Nov 2003 08:10:14 -0500
List-post: <mailto:rfi@contesting.com>
Hi Ed,

>The mix could be in the station equipment, other equipment or corrosion
near either >transmitter, or your own equipment or station.
>Much of the "intermod" associated with AM transmitters comes from your own
station >receiver.

I'd like to assure everyone I would never publicly post a request for help
unless I was absolutely positive the station had a real problem and was
causing illegal interference.

I'd like to get:

1.)  SWL reports from anyone who hears WWRB's spurious on 1805kHz in the
evenings. This is an AM modulated mix radiating from a Manchester TN SWBC

2.) Help from anyone in south GA or N Fla can help locate the Spanish
language BC station with a parasitic that drifts between 1815 and 1840kHz,
please  e-mail me.

There is also a VOA transmitter mix on 14025kHz or so (that is not from my

Over the past 5 years, over two dozen SW and AM BC transmitter problems have
been corrected. Working as a team, 160 ops have gotten rid of several
problem NDB's also.
Please help with these two!

160 would be a real mess by now if we didn't do all this time-consuming work
on removing offending signals.

73 Tom

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