I missed that it was you! Sorry about that. :-)
Ed Hare, W1RFI
225 Main St
Newington, CT 06111
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Tom Rauch [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Wednesday, November 05, 2003 8:10 AM
> To: Topband@contesting.com; RFI; Hare,Ed, W1RFI
> Cc: 160m QTH
> Subject: Re: Topband: RE: [RFI] WWRB
> 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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