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Old September 20th 03, 04:22 AM
Mike Knudsen
 
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In article , "William Warren"
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Of course, perhaps it was a "second order" effect: perhaps it prevented
*audible* interference, and therefore prevented anyone from identifying the
source. I'd think that previous complainents might simply assume that the
local ham whom they'd heard on their TV before was causing the picture to
roll, but then again, I remember assuring neighbors that "If it was me,
you'd hear me talking", so I might be wrong there ;-J.


Yes, that was my theory too -- there'd be herringbones all over the picture,
but they couldn't hear your voice so maybe they'd think it was a doctor's
diathermy machine or whatever. At least they couldn't copy your call and look
you up, like someone did to me on 6m AM.

Also, there wouldn't be sideband splatter and other artifacts of overmodulated
AM.
73, Mike K. AA1UK

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