[RFI] Fwd: Re: RFI Noise - Part II

Anthony (N2KI) n2ki.ham at gmail.com
Thu Jul 4 19:53:04 EDT 2013

Forgot to cc the list.

Anthony (N2KI)
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From: "Anthony (N2KI)" <n2ki.ham at gmail.com>
Date: Jul 4, 2013 7:51 PM
Subject: Re: [RFI] RFI Noise - Part II
To: "t.izak" <k1tl at cox.net>


I would first get the guy to drop his defense shields so you can  explain
his situation( not yours). The I would point this out.

" FCC Class A Notice

This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to
the following two conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful interference.
2. This device must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation."

Maybe that can persuade him to be more accommodating to bring the situation
to some resolve.

Anthony (N2KI)
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On Jul 4, 2013 7:16 PM, "t.izak" <k1tl at cox.net> wrote:

> Hello RFI'ers,
> Well, my ham buddy (N1NK)and I finally located the source of the RFI. I
> seemed to be coming from a 3-car garage with a loft above it with a
> detached
> house.  The garage looks to have power as one of the power poles is next to
> it with a feeder coming into the garage.
> We knocked on the door of the house and no one came out. We then went to
> the
> garage as there were stairs leading up the loft area and knocked on that
> door and no one was home.  The owners wife came out of the house we were at
> and we explained to her about the noise situation most likely emanating
> from
> the garage. Then her husband came out and told us to get off the property.
> I
> asked him if he has an AC unit with a programable timer/thermostat and he
> said yes and it was no concern of ours. At that point we turned around and
> left the premises.
> I did notice while we were going up the stairs to the garage that there
> were
> two vents. One looked like an "intake" and the other an "exhaust" which had
> warm air coming out of it. I did not notice any AC/Heat Pump units outside.
> Now why would someone install an AC unit inside a garage??
> I don't know what my next step is to do in a situation like this since I
> have not been involved with RFI issues with an "irate" neighbor. I could go
> to the ARRL and ask for assistance but this might take "eons".
> HELP !
> 73
> Tom/k1tl...
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