[RFI] Two meter interference
w1rfi at arrl.org
Wed Jun 11 18:10:24 EDT 2003
ARRL's info on cable TVI may help:
This is a 3-part article that was first published in Communications Technology, the journal of the Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers. Your cable operator will feel comfortable with the content.
If things don't go smoothly, contact Mike Gruber, W1MG at arrl.org, with a short summary of your case and efforts to resolve it. Mike can forward a cable case to Ron Hranac, N0IVN. Ron serves on the SCTE Board of Directors and can be very helpful at helping local cable operators understand their responsibilities.
Ed Hare, W1RFI
225 Main St
Newington, CT 06111
Internet: w1rfi at arrl.org
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jerry [mailto:k0hzi at attbi.com]
> Sent: Sunday, May 11, 2003 1:58 PM
> To: ka5s at earthlink.net
> Cc: rfi at contesting.com
> Subject: Re: [RFI] Two meter interference
> Yes, Leon W5NA sent me that info. I tune the TH-F6 and
> Azden to 149.76
> and hear music that matches channel 18 on my Television, they play
> classical music when there are no high school sports or city council
> meetings broadcast on channel 18.
> Will contact Comcast and see if they can send someone out to
> troubleshoot the problem.
> 73, Jerry K0HZI
> Cortland Richmond wrote:
> > There are a number of possibilities. One is video carrier
> leakage from
> > Cable TV channel E -- and if you don't get it on your own
> Cable it may be
> > an illegal hookup by another tenant. Another is a scanner's local
> > oscillator (some of the old ones are _strong_). In the
> latter case, a
> > Regency scanner using a 10.8 MHz IF might use a 145.26 MHz
> LO for the
> > Minnesota Department of Transportation at 156.06, or a 10.7
> MHz IF scanner
> > might be tuned to 155.97 (also a Minnesota DOT frequency).
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