John, have you carefully checked all your TV cabling, particularly the F
connectors and splitters? I've had open shields that produced this sort
73, Pete N4ZR
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On 12/8/2010 11:27 AM, W9RPM wrote:
> Hi, just recently I started giving my TV interference while on the 20M
> band. When I transmit running 500 or more watts, the screen will black
> out until I am done. I have cable TV, and the TV is a 32" about 5 years
> old. Not LCD or Plasma. I do have Ferrite's on the power cord and TV
> cable. I have checked all my grounds etc... I have low pass and Common
> mode filters also on my equipment.
> I have been looking into getting a 40" LCD also. Was wondering if they
> are less prone also?
> Any ideas for solutions appreciated.
> 73 John W9RPM
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