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Re: TVI problem



Just a quick suggestion/question:
Do you interfere with your own TV?  If you also use cable with your 
TV with no problem, then that supports your suspicion that they have 
cable leakage.  How good is there cable reception?  If it is noisy 
(snowy or distorted) when you are not transmitting it may point to 
bad connections for your neighbor's TV.

If you are on good enough terms with your neighbor ask to see the 
problem (have someone key your radio)?  Getting a look at his setup 
can often reveal where his problem lies.  Offer free help.

73 Ed - KL7UW

Just a coupklee
At 03:14 PM 4/21/2008, w0dxz@aol.com wrote:
>I have a TVI problem that may curtail my? ham operation... I run 5 
>watts on 145.920,? FM,? to a beam 5 feet above my roof.
>my next door neighbor says I am getting into their TV,,, they have cable...
>
>I need some help,,, I think it is a leak in the cable system... but 
>how do I approach the? cable company, and how do i? make sure it 
>isnt my problem... not theirs.? I have new 9913,,,
>
>Bob
>W0DXZ
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