What power level are you running, what modes, what kind of antennas & feed
You might try filtering at the RG (residential gateway) in addition to the
NID (outside box). Possibly also on the line (coax?) to the set top box
(STB). Have you tried disconnecting other connections to the RG? (local
telephone, local networking)
Is the RG resetting or are you just seeing TV freeze? (RG resets make the
red light flash and take about 2 minutes to come back.) I have worked to
get my RG reasonably tolerant of 80 & 40 M at 100W power. (No 160M here
yet.) But then I had a problem on 40 M where the TV was freezing even
though the RG was working OK, and this was at low ~10W power. It turns out
the STB can be very sensitive and may need filtering on its input cable.
That got me back to ~100W power level. Don't ask about QRO...
Good luck, 73
On Sat, Feb 26, 2011 at 7:29 PM, <email@example.com> wrote:
> Here the situation was having problems with 160/80/40 getting into the
> U-verse when x-mitting:
> 1. Ran a new cat-5 cable, place toroid in the outside phone box, repaired a
> splice in the original
> cat-5 cable. Remedy the situation on the 80/40 meters band, tv does not
> lock up.
> 2. Problem still on the 160 meter band tv locks up.
> 3. Any suggestions?
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