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From: "Michael A. Terrell"
Subject: Re: Another (FM) antenna question
Date: Mon, 18 Nov 2002 00:39:34 -0500
Organization: Have you seen my bench? No, really! Where is it?
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> "Vlad" wrote in message
> > I have red all the six suggestions to fix your problem.
> > All of them have merit and I am familiar with all .
> > ...
> > Just tell us your's and the location of the two other stations before
> > we go on and on .
> > Also. Do you have a clear path to the transmitting antenna of the 93.3
> > station ? Also to Mont Royal ?
> > A good tuner connected to a fixed 5 elements antenna pointed to
> > Burlington from Pointe-Claire doesn-te receive 93.3. No surprise
> > since your location is probably very different.
> > Vlad
> Actually, I'm in Cedar Hill, Texas.
> Unfortunately, I believe the transmitter for 92.5 (KZPS) is also in Cedar
> Hill (there are over a dozen transmitter towers here, since we're the
> highest point in N. Texas.), but the 93.3 transmitter is both weaker and
> further away. I'm not exactly sure where it is, but I think it's south and
> west and I'd guess 30-50 miles away.
> Lots of good suggestions here... I'll try Martin's 'stub filter' method
> first, since it seems easiest to implement, however I'm guessing it may be
> even more length-critical due to the much lower frequency I'm looking at...
> is that correct? Can I use a scope (available) instead of a signal strength
> I'm pretty green with this stuff, more acclimated to digital electronics,
> but always game to get in there and try not to make things worse than they
> already are. ;-)
> Thanks again everyone, and Steve, I may email you about the info you
> -Bob Emery
> theother_bob at yahoo...
Tune the radio to the frequency you want to trap out (92.5 MHz) and
adjust the trap (Tuned stub) for minimum signal strength.
Michael A. Terrell
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