[RFI] DSL interference

Martin Ewing martin.s.ewing at gmail.com
Thu Feb 19 17:08:03 EST 2009

Can't help much with the RFI issue, but I want to know where you find telco
people like that!

Actually, it occurs to me that you could move your telco entrance back to
its original location, split out the DSL there, and bring the two lines
separately to surge suppressors at your SPG in the "hot" area, shielding the
DSL line as much as possible.

73 Martin AA6E

On Thu, Feb 19, 2009 at 10:42 AM, W2RU - Bud Hippisley <W2RU at frontiernet.net
> wrote:

> I have had DSL service from Frontier Communications here in the remote
> wilds of upstate NY for about five years.  Prior to this summer I had
> arrived at a tolerable "truce" between my legal limit 160-meter
> transmissions and my DSL link -- a truce which depended primarily on
> the use of Type 31 ferrites on all the cables coming into the telco-
> supplied Siemens Speedstream DSL modem:  power from the wall-wart, the
> phone line, and a few ethernet cables.
> ...

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