Herald: Where have you gone Air America

A. Joseph Ross lawyer@attorneyross.com
Fri Sep 22 01:36:15 EDT 2006

On 21 Sep 2006 at 2:45, Eli Polonsky wrote:

> In addition to the intermodulation factor with also nearby WWZN that
> Dan mentioned, the other possible reason would be in your radio. If
> you have a modern digital car tuner, many of them have an automatic
> attenuation circuit that reduces sensitivity when it receives
> extremely strong signals, such as when driving nearby transmitters. 
Interestingly enough, when I drove to Lexington today, I didn't have 
any problem as I drove by the towers on Route 2, but somewhere on 
Waltham Street, just after I got off Route 2, there was a subdued 
hash on 1430, no problem on 1200.  Later, as I got closer to Route 2, 
there was some hash on 1200 for a short distance, but 1430 had 
cleared.  It was nowhere near as bad as it was in the past.

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