I have stated that it is common for foil/drain shielded cable to couple
sufficient AM broadcast RF or RF from a 100 watt HF ham transmitter
onto the signal pair for detection to occur in commonly used audio
gear, and that replacing that cable with a braid-shielded cable either
eliminates or greatly reduces the interference, depending on its
strength. In such a situation, 30 dB clearly DOES make an important
I have described the mechanism that does the conversion, and pointed
those who are interested to a detailed description of my test methods,
as well as a lot of data. The papers include answers to all of your
I am not willing to discuss this further with someone who has not read
at least one of the relevant papers.
On Tue, 23 Dec 2003 14:20:33 -0500, Tom Rauch wrote:
>Here is where you can help. Correct me if I'm wrong.
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