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Originally posted by jrod
What you experienced was probaly two or more radio stations with a close frequency interfearing with another.
Originally posted by cmdrkeenkid
do the transmit from the same place? perhaps the transmitter was running on a backup generator, causing both of them to not be at full power, and then not having a full strength signal.
Originally posted by AlnilamOmega
This could easily be the result of a powerful source of electromagnetic interference. If the static was overbearing, as in you couldn't even barely hear the station's programming, then the culprit was definitely some kind of powerful generator of energy.
On the other hand, it could be your own antennae. Confirm this by seeing if the static is repeated on another radio.
oh yeah, and what is this "o.O and 0.o" i have been seeing more and more?
[Edited on 4/28/2004 by AlnilamOmega]
Originally posted by Hawk
I don't know where exactly ... I also don't know about the backup power part; however, two on backup at the same time seems unlikely.