Re: Snow on telly - Results :-(

Many decades ago there was an agreed worldwide ban on the use of spark 
gap transmitters because they took up large amounts of the radio 
frequency spectrum. I think this could be largely the cause of the 
trouble. Has anyone using a non spark gap coil tested for RFI results? 
It would be interesting to compare RFI levels from different driving 
techniques. You could, if keen, try some heavy duty RFI filtering on the 
mains inlet where you run the coil, and cover the shed entirely with 
chicken wire?
>Snow on telly - Results of testing :-(
>				- Wishing I had a Mu-metal garage
>					( in Newcastle )

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