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I used carrier current once, back in the early 90’s. I’m in a location that was somewhat rural at that time, and my signal went nowhere..not even the closest house could receive it.
I later learned that the large transformer out back was stopping the signal. I had not heard of neural injection back then. Also, being legally blind and NOT an electrician, someone else did the installation of the coupler.
The transmitter was an ancient LPB that used tubes and two fans to stay cool. It was not the neat looking box units you see now..but it did have a good sound to it. I kept the thing running for about four years before donating the xmitter to a remote campground.
I had fun with it, though. My baby sister, who was a young teen at that time, and I used to do a live show together every Friday evening.
Our on-going punch line: “There are lightbulbs out there stronger than us.”
WJJD Country Giant:
NEW STATION: Musicbox 1610 (building in 2007)