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[aprssig] RE: Two meter freqs in cable/TV systems

Little Dog steve at kcwings.com
Fri Mar 11 22:00:32 UTC 2005


Let's think about this a minute. The cable TV problem has been around as 
long as there has been cable TV. The FCC has NEVER shut a cable system 
down for interference. The power companies are the same way. On the ARRL 
site they print all of Riley Hollingsworth's enforcement letters. One 
this week is to a power company for interference to a ham. No where does 
it say, in the letter, that unless the power company solve its 
interference problem that it would have to shut down.

Do we think for a second that the FCC will shut down a BPL system if it 
interfers?

Steve WV0J


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