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RE: Halloween Coiling and the FCC
Original poster: "Mark W. Stolz by way of Terry Fritz <twftesla-at-qwest-dot-net>" <mark_w_stolz-at-hotmail-dot-com>
A good question might be, what were the results? Was it an increase of
background noise at a particular frequecy since there is no modulation to
the signal? Were these results obtained by pointing a beam antenna at the
source, thereby implementing gain in the equation?
The point is that even though it could be detected, was it something a
"normal" person would notice on say their TV or radio? I couid point a
pickup someone keying their 10mW 2 meter radio 20 miles away but would it
>Original poster: "Dave Hartwick by way of Terry Fritz <twftesla-at-qwest-dot-net>"
>Yes, but is not coil harmonic content quite rich? Were this not the case,
>Dan's ham experiment would not have yielded such results. Of course, Dan
>not mention the band(s) on which the experiment was performed. But
>Original poster: "Mark W. Stolz by way of Terry Fritz <twftesla-at-qwest-dot-net>"
>What Dan fails to mention is that the typical operating frequencies of a
>60-500kHz, are way below any amateur radio band. Primarily these
>are only used for radionavigation. With the short duration run times we
>normally do should not cause anyone that locally happens to be using that
>frequency a problem.