[TowerTalk] AM Filter options
Mon, 01 May 2000 15:07:02 -0700
Hello, all - In addition to the strength and frequency differences, I would add
on more: direction. Consider a small, narrow-band recieving loop to separate
the stations on the basis of both frequency and direction. Such a loop's null
is quite deep, and may be set on the offending station's heading.
Tom Rauch wrote:
> > I was wondering what options would be available to filter out one adjacent
> > AM broadcast radio station from another. In this case reception from one
> > about 60 miles away is desired, but a second one on a close spacing is
> > causing some overload of the receiver. Frequencies are both around 1200
> > KHz. Thanks for any ideas.
> The problem you have and the solution depends on how the
> frequency difference and strength difference between the stations.
> 73, Tom W8JI
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