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Radio Frequency Interference (RFI) Resource Page
« on: May 30, 2022, 08:16:42 AM »
As suggested by MisterMike, W1RC and Gregory R Bares, W1USA, at the ARRL New England Division directors candidates debate last fall at NEAR-Fest XXX the election winner and current Director Fred Kemmerer, AB1OC, has made good on his promise. 

The resource page, located on the ARRL New England Division Web site contains an excellent primer on RFI and how to locate its? source.

https://nediv.arrl.org/rfi-troubleshooting-guide/

This page has maps of the six New England states showing the local power utility community by community with contact information for them.

https://nediv.arrl.org/new-england-power-company-contacts/

This is a pilot project that hopefully will go nationwide as a baluable resource for ALL radio amateurs.

The New England Division wishes to acknowledge the assistance of Ed Hare, W1RFI, head of the ARRL Laboratory, Rob Leiden, K1UI as well as the other members of the Spectrum Protection and Use working group in the preparation of this guide.  Any additions, corrections, updates, etc, should be sent to k1ui@nediv.arrl.org as this is an ongoing work in progress.

NEAR-Fest would like to thank AB1OC, K1UI et al for following through on his election promise and providing the amateurs and other radio hobbyists in New England with this very important and valuable resource.

73,

MisterMike, W1RC