Could a Ham Radio interfere with the reception of a Digital TV antenna?

Question by Healthy Guy: Could a Ham Radio interfere with the reception of a Digital TV antenna?
There are four people living on my street with ham radio licenses. One lives right next door. The furthest person lives about half a mile away.

I lose my digital TV antenna reception quite often, and it seems like it is always around the same time. One minute my digital reception is fine and the next minute it is gone.

Could ham radio frequencies be interfering with my digital TV antenna reception?

If so, is there a government agency that can check this out?

Also, how far away would a ham radio still cause interference?

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Best answer:

Answer by Nunya Bisness
Ham radio can interfere with TV signals, and it sounds as though in your case it is. The FCC regulates the airwaves in the USA. But I probably have some bad news for you... if those ham radio operators are licensed and operating within FCC rules the FCC won't do anything about it.

Information regarding complaints can be found here: http://www.fcc.gov/eb/AmaCmpl.html

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