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From: email@example.com (john jardine)
Subject: Re: Strange failure mode in switchmode power supplies: Followup
Date: 25 Sep 2002 13:56:20 -0700
References: <firstname.lastname@example.org> <email@example.com> <firstname.lastname@example.org>
NNTP-Posting-Date: 25 Sep 2002 20:56:21 GMT
"Ian Buckner" wrote in message news:<email@example.com>...
> "Peter Gutmann" wrote in message
> > "red rover" writes:
> Hi Peter:
> Your comment about DECT phones not working is interesting. They are
> pretty "robust", and that might suggest some serious microwave
> Frequency is 1.9GHz, well above UHF. You also mentioned that TV
> reception is poor. Would you expect that from the location?
> Have you got access to a broadband power meter (or a schottky diode)?
> Can you see any masts/aerials from outside the house?
The microwave aspect could be quickly cleared down by checking with of
those cheap microwave oven 'leak detectors'. Personally, healthwise,
I'd be a bit worried about the effects of not being able to stay in
the same room when the 'ultrasonics' are coming on mode. OTT ;-) but
there's a couple of cold war echoes here with the U.S embassy in
Moscow, being irradiated with high power microwaves, in an effort to
excite natural resonant cavities in the structure, at a level
sufficient enough to cause the staff to suffer from various radiation
linked illnesses. Any airports, military installations within a 25
mile radius?. Maybe you're catching some very preferentially
reflected, sidelobe illumination?.
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