Engineer Says AM Interference Will Continue

March 20, 2014

Nonbroadcast interference to AM radio is not going away. That’s according to engineer Sam Brown, who believes the FCC is asking the right questions when it comes to helping those who own stations on the beleaguered AM band.

 

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