Sounds a bit fishy to me. Really old tv's don't work any more. Newer CRT tv's don't emit that much signal. Flat screens of all types are practically emission free. What are the odds that a periodic impulse from a discrete component tv would be broad spectrum enough to jam a whole band of low power channels, or powerful enough to knock out something like a DLOS signal?Not sure where to put this but it brought a smile to my face
Every morning at 7am when the second hand TV was switched on, the village internet went down.www.bbc.co.uk
If that had been me then I would have got the Broadband supplier/villagers to buy me a brand new TV
Watched that and can only say feckin ‘ell!
Looks like someone has been playing with things that go bang.
@dingerr what's your location old bean.