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Old 13-Nov-2019, 10:35 PM   #6
rabbit73
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Originally Posted by ohazco View Post
Rabbit, attached is my FM fool report.
Thank you for the FM report. I see one strong FM transmitter KNAB coming from the south with a signal power of -15.1 dBm. If your antenna is aimed north or east, that will reduce the possibility of FM interference. If you do have FM interference it is most likely to be on VHF channels and a filter would help.
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My county is the only county in eastern CO that turned their repeaters off in 2007. .
How unfortunate; I was wondering why you didn't have stronger signals.

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Other than that... sounds like I just need to give up on the Idalia/Denver channels.
All is not lost. With a few modifications you can still have some reasonable reception.
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