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  • Bill Slack
    I had that problem so i wraped it with alu foil fixed the rf but the meater man has to come ... From: Danny Loyd Subject: Re: [FT897]
    Message 1 of 33 , May 3, 2012
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      I had that problem so i wraped it with alu foil fixed the rf but the meater man has to come


      --- On Wed, 5/2/12, Danny Loyd <danleeloyd1@...> wrote:


      From: Danny Loyd <danleeloyd1@...>
      Subject: Re: [FT897] Smart Meters?
      To: "FT897@yahoogroups.com" <FT897@yahoogroups.com>
      Date: Wednesday, May 2, 2012, 5:19 PM



       



      Peter,
       
      Call the power company. They are suppose to get rid of all interference. If they give you any flak, then
      just mention the FCC to them.
       
      Danny
      KE5WDI


      ________________________________
      From: peter_ff <peter_ff@...>
      To: FT897@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Wednesday, May 2, 2012 12:59 PM
      Subject: [FT897] Smart Meters?


       

      Our power company just switched to a Landis and Gyr Focus AXR meter.
      It uses PLC format and wipes out everything from 900 kHz to about 2.3 mHz with a S 8 noise. Anyone else having this problem or a solution?

      Thanks, Peter
      K7TRZ

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    • wb4mio
      Based on the accuracy (about 1%), this post belongs on a CB user group, not here. The ONLY accurate statement in the whole letter is that they transmit
      Message 33 of 33 , May 19, 2012
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        Based on the accuracy (about 1%), this post belongs on a CB user group, not here. The ONLY accurate statement in the whole letter is that they transmit wireless signals.

        --- In FT897@yahoogroups.com, HEUSERBOB@... wrote:
        >
        > HERE IS A LETTER YOU MAY FIND INTERESTING.
        >
        >
        > Armando Olivera, President and Chief Executive Officer
        > R. Wade Litchfield, Vice President and General Counsel
        > Marlene Santos, Vice President, Customer Service
        > Florida Power & Light Company
        > 700 Universe Boulevard
        > Juno Beach, Florida 33408
        >
        > Re: 5889 SE Fern Creek Court, Stuart, FL 34997
        >
        > NOTICE OF NO CONSENT TO TRESPASS AND SURVEILLANCE NOTICE OF LIABILITY
        >
        > Dear Mr. Olnick, Agents, Officers, Employees and Contractors:
        > Be advised, you and all other parties are hereby denied consent for
        > installation and use of any and all “Smart Meters” or any other surveillance and
        > activity monitoring device, or devices, at the above listed property.
        > Installation and use of any surveillance and activity monitoring device that
        > sends and receives communications technology is hereby refused and prohibited.
        > Informed consent is legally required for installation of any surveillance
        > device and any device that will collect and transmit private and personal
        > data to undisclosed and unauthorized parties for undisclosed and
        > unauthorized purposes. Authorization for sharing of personal and private information
        > may only be given by the originator and subject of that information. That
        > authorization is hereby denied and refused with regard to the above property
        > and all its occupants. “Smart Meters” violate the law and cause
        > endangerment to residents by the following factors:
        > 1. They individually identify electrical devices inside the home and
        > record when they are operated causing invasion of privacy.
        > 2. They monitor household activity and occupancy in violation of
        > rights and domestic security.
        > 3. They transmit wireless signals which may be intercepted by
        > unauthorized and unknown parties. Those signals can be used to monitor behavior and
        > occupancy and they can be used by criminals to aid criminal activity
        > against the occupants.
        > 4. Data about occupant’s daily habits and activities are collected,
        > recorded and stored in permanent databases which are accessed by parties not
        > authorized or invited to know and share that private data by those whose
        > activities were recorded.
        > 5. Those with access to the smart meter databases can review a
        > permanent history of household activities complete with calendar and time-of-day
        > metrics to gain a highly invasive and detailed view of the lives of the
        > occupants.
        > 6. Those databases may be shared with, or fall into the hands of
        > criminals, blackmailers, corrupt law enforcement, private hackers of wireless
        > transmissions, power company employees, and other unidentified parties who
        > may act against the interests of the occupants under metered surveillance.
        > 7. “Smart Meters” are, by definition, surveillance devices which
        > violate Federal and State wiretapping laws by recording and storing databases
        > of private and personal activities and behaviors without the consent or
        > knowledge of those people who are monitored.
        > 8. It is possible for example, with analysis of certain “Smart Meter”
        > data, for unauthorized and distant parties to determine medical conditions,
        > sexual activities, and physical locations of persons within the home,
        > vacancy patterns and personal information and habits of the occupants.
        > 9. Your company has not adequately disclosed the particular recording
        > and transmission capabilities of the smart meter, or the extent of the data
        > that will be recorded, stored and shared, or the purposes to which the
        > data will and will not be put.
        > 10. Electromagnetic and Radio Frequency energy contamination from smart
        > meters exceeds allowable safe and healthful limits for domestic environments
        > as determined by the EPA and other scientific programs.
        >
        > I forbid, refuse and deny consent of any installation and use of any
        > monitoring, eavesdropping, and surveillance devices on my property, my place of
        > residence and my place of occupancy. That applies to and includes “Smart
        > Meters” and surveillance and activity monitoring devices of any and all kinds.
        > Any attempt to install any such device directed at me, other occupants, my
        > property or residence will constitute trespass, stalking, wiretapping and
        > unlawful surveillance and endangerment of health and safety, all prohibited
        > and punishable by law through criminal and civil complaints.
        > All persons, government agencies and private organizations responsible for
        > installing or operating monitoring devices directed at or recording my
        > activities, which I have not specifically authorized in writing, will be fully
        > liable for any violations, intrusions, harm or negative consequences caused
        > or made possible by those devices whether those negative consequences are
        > justified by “law” or not..
        > This is a legal notice. After this delivery, the liabilities listed above
        > may not be denied or avoided by parties named and implied in this notice.
        > Civil Servant immunities and protections do not apply to the installation of
        > smart meters due to the criminal violations they represent.
        > Notice to principal is notice to agent and notice to agent is notice to
        > principal. All rights reserved.
        >
        > Sincerely,
        > Sent via Certified Mail
        > Cc: Commissioners Balbis & Edgar, Florida Public Service Commission
        > Governor Rick Scott
        > Heidi Ellenberger, FPL Regulatory Customer Relations Mgr.
        > Bryan Olnick, FPL Vice President Customer Service Smart Grid Solutions
        >
        > In a message dated 5/3/2012 2:32:19 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
        > peter_ff@... writes:
        >
        >
        >
        >
        > It's constant sounds like digitally modulated 60Hz.
        >
        > --- In _FT897@yahoogroups.com_ (mailto:FT897@yahoogroups.com) , Dexter
        > McIntyre W4DEX <dexter.mc@> wrote:
        > >
        > > Describe the noise please. Constant, periodic, intermittent? If it's
        > > the same as the one on my home I can tell you what I've learned.
        > >
        > > Dex
        > >
        > > peter_ff wrote:
        > > >
        > > >
        > > > Our power company just switched to a Landis and Gyr Focus AXR meter.
        > > > It uses PLC format and wipes out everything from 900 kHz to about 2.3
        > > > mHz with a S 8 noise. Anyone else having this problem or a solution?
        > > >
        > > > Thanks, Peter
        > > > K7TRZ
        > > >
        > > >
        > >
        >
        >
        >
        >
        >
        >
        > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
        >
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