From:  Esondrmn-at-aol-dot-com [SMTP:Esondrmn-at-aol-dot-com]
Sent:  Friday, June 12, 1998 11:43 AM
To:  tesla-at-pupman-dot-com
Subject:  Re: interference

In a message dated 98-06-12 03:39:14 EDT, you write:

 You need filters to protect you NST.   As for the interference your neighor
 is probably too close - especially if you want to do some serious coiling.
 Moving the power lead down to ground level might help, but my coil 
 causes interference from 50 feet and then dropps off quickly.   Do a walk
 test with a radio tuned to the resonant frequency of your coil.
 Watch out when your coil streamers strike large conductive objects.  The
 arc generates lots of splatter which radiates nicely from the conductive
 Another 2am coiler
 Julian Green

I would definitely add some large EMI filters in the AC feed lines and use a
separate 60 cycle ground for them (not the house power panel ground and not
the main RF coil ground).  This will help.

Ed Sonderman