On Wed, 20 Jun 2007 19:19:33 EDT, CatWhiskR@aol.com wrote:
>Can a particular TV be so susceptible to overload that it could
>be the problem?
Sure. Lousy shielding is a common problem and possible culprit. In
other words, it could be picked up on the wiring within the TV. That
means replacing the TV.
However: It still might be coming in on the wiring that you choked.
A ferrite choke is basically a very low Q resonant circuit, and will
cover a frequency ratio of about 6:1. Toroids aren't very useful on
6M, because the stray C causes the choke to resonate much lower in
frequency. In other words, what you have may be a good HF choke, but
not a good 6M choke. Try adding a bunch of big #43 clamp-ons on the
feedline and power line.
Jim Brown K9YC
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