Why not make yourself available to the municipality to do noise
hunting. Maybe make a little money on the side, save the power
company some money and lower the noise floor in your town. I see
On 09, Nov 2007, at 18:23, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> This a brief how-to on resolving local powerline noise. I live in
> Burlington, VT which has a municipally owned power company. I found
> the pole with a Sony 2010 listening on BC,HF and then VHF. Within a
> week I met 2 line crews and a supervisor at the pole. They had no
> way to hear the noise or recognize any resolution. You must be
> present to provide them a way to hear the noise. They found a
> defective lightning arrestor and replaced it. They pointed out that
> the arrestor was improperly mounted(horizontally) as were the
> others on the same pole. I couldn't have asked for better service.
> However,if I weren't present at the scene I doubt they would have
> resolved it.
> BE THERE YOURSELF TO ID THE NOISE.
> Howie K2MME
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