[amsat-bb] Re: 2 Meter TV Interference
jshorney at inebraska.com
Wed Dec 7 17:38:36 PST 2011
On Wed, 7 Dec 2011 16:48:49 -0500, Charles Suprin wrote:
>I didn't think there were any vhf stations left. All the numbers on the
>channels now are virtual. All the tv antenna plans are for uhf bands. A
>quick look in the Boston market and the lowest channel is 19, channel
>2 at 500MHz. Are there places that still use vhf?
I have channel 8 and channel 10 VHF locals in my area. I use a Channel Plus
DA-500A preamp in my system. It was recommended by a VHF guru as a high-power
preamp that is more overload immune. I have a K1UFH 144.200 notch ahead of it
to keep my APRS digi out, and had to throw a coulple of FM traps on the input
still, to keep out herringbone from strong local FM stations (back in analog
days), but it was still much better than the cheapo consumer stuff even without
the extra filters.
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