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I am beginning to think the TH unit might be problematic. Impossible to tell without real meters and gear I do not have.
Realizing my environment is a very bad one for radio transmission. Urban concrete, asphalt, high power lines in all directions, big brick buildings of ours, low ground conductivity, etc.
My radios do well, better than what I’ve owned in the past. Can’t say either truly impresses me, but both have good reception and sensitivity in my experience. Often impressed what they pull out of the air 🙂
I selected the frequencies based on radio-locator.com and signals in area. Then from those reduced empties on the high end of the AM band, I went outside with radio and tuned in listening and walking about looking for interference.
Started out down near 1600 and found signals from Toronto coming in strongly on a few frequencies. Skipped one other due to NOAA weather on a another. Ended up at the top testing, 1700.
It appears to be clear/clean station frequency. Will retest over next few days just to be sure (as weather changes in a big way).