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Subject: Re: Why is the home voltage so high ?
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Date: Tue, 08 Oct 2002 02:08:33 GMT
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Organization: AT&T Worldnet
Well, I did hear jumpy tones ..--- repeating on my AM radio at one of the
corners of my bedroom where I had previously detected grainy noise. Other
points did not seem to show any noise - just nulls (maybe saturating ?).
The funny part is, as soon as I detected it, within one minute it was turned
And then, the station (music) was heard without the noisy tones.
I went around the neighborhood checking outside plumbing and metal fittings
for noise :
I found that the directionality of reception is found outside also. The
signal is stronger when the antenna is pointed West or East; null in North
and South directions.
More interestingly, I found one particular plumbing fixture (one nearby
building's fire sprinkler valve and plumbing, I think) that had the same
kind of grainy noise I had found in my house earlier. This noise could be
detected even 10-20 ft away from the piping. None of the other fixtures I
checked showed any noise.
"The little lost angel" wrote in
> On Fri, 4 Oct 2002 19:34:27 +0100, John Woodgate
> >I read in sci.electronics.design that News2020 wrote
> >(in ) about
> >'Why is the home voltage so high ?', on Fri, 4 Oct 2002:
> >>Last night the tones ....- ....- ....- on and on were heard very
> >>faint while I was sleeping.
> >Well, who is 'HT'?
> Nope it's not HT,it's counting down, he's got 4 more days before they
> kidnap him.
> Tonight he'll hear the tones ...-- ...-- ...--
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