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Re: KO-25 QRM



This appears to be CATV channel 59.  Reference the ARRL RFI Handbook.

A very enlightening publication.

73
Glenn
WB4UIV

At 09:46 AM 11/21/00 -0500, Douglas Braun & Nadia Papakonstantinou wrote:
>Hello,
>
>I just tried listenibng to KO-25 at 436.500, and I discovered
>that I get a (badly distorted) TV sound channel exactly on
>that frequency.  I can't figure out what it is from listening to it.
>Can anyone point me to a list of broadcast and cable TV frequencies?
>  From what I can hear, it is probably not a major network station, so
>it could possibly be cable TV leakage...
>
>Thanks,
>Doug Braun
>NA1DB
>
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