Join Date: Jan 2001
Location: Miramar, Florida
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As I said before, it is the station who should be technical enough to know if the equipment that they purchased is working.
I know Tandberg has to check it out, but if you bought a TV, and it did not work, you would want a replacement immediatly !
Simple troubleshooting methods should be used, not BS.
I know digital is now very complexed, but, the station could check if the output is being decoded by a receiver.
Then that receiver sent out into the field and it should also pick up the signal.
If it doesn't, than, by deduction you can find the problem box.
I am assuming that they are technical competent to make sure that they are not overloading the final stages of the amplfiers, and VSWR has been checked.
Just because a green light is on, does not mean all is well !
Is it a bad data stream or distortion?