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Locating radio frequency interference on power transmission lines

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A discussion is provided of the spark mechanism, signal propagation, and defects in materials and construction that can generate radio-frequency noise on power transmission lines. Equipment recommendations for locating the source and techniques for conducting the survey are provided along with a case study of a successful radio noise survey on a 69 kV transmission line

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Rural Electric Power Conference, 1992. Papers Presented at the 36th Annual Conference

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3-5 May 1992

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