I’m wondering if anyone has any experience from a technical standpoint on the out of band signal rejection on the tuners used with the Tablo. I often have commercial airplanes fly pretty much right over the house on approach to Phoenix and they will often key up their radios. Looking at the spectrum analyzer they become the strongest signal by far when they do this. My outdoor VHF Hi / UHF antenna loves these signals at around 120 Mhz.
Has anyone had any experience with how well the Tablo handles out of band signals? I can build a notch filter to drop these VHF signals from the airplanes way down, I just don’t really want to unless I need to. I’ve noticed some shows failing commercial skip due to poor reception and I question if it’s not related to glitches caused by air traffic. I don’t think they would be causing any multi-path reflection issues, but that’s also possible, just not highly likely based on the position of the aircraft in relation to the transmitting towers 17 mules (err Miles) away.