Interference from Left Field

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Interference from Left Field

by KirtB » Wed Aug 02, 2017 3:56 pm

Interference from Left Field, March 1970 Popular Electronics

By 1970, the airwaves were really getting crowded. Lots of high power commercial and military gear was online, and the radio listening public was setting new record highs every year. As such, many new sources for radio interference were being discovered, and sometimes the problems caused went well beyond just a little noise being superimposed on top of Neil Diamond's newly released Cracklin' Rosie or the lads from Liverpool's The Long and Winding Road. Often, the interference was overwhelmingly annoying. The FCC was being flooded with complaints. Digital computers were creating a whole new... http://www.rfcafe.com/references/popular-electronics/interference-left-field-march-1970-popular-electronics.htm

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