As far as I am aware the issue has not been resolved. The elevated noise would appear to be originating from the TV towers atop Lookout Mountain. However, I am not sure this would be the source of the problem as it would certainly affect a much wider area than simply Arvada if the noise is originating from the Lookout tower(s).Was the cause of this specific event ever determined? I have an elevated noise floor, but no specific signal on the receiver frequency. The garage door company is coming out tomorrow with a new receiver. I presume they will bring one of the new 2 frequency receivers that have a second channel at 315.00, but the noise floor is just as high at 315 as at 390.
I don't know why I didn't think about this before - I wonder if its CATV leaks? It could be just one large, or numerous smaller ones from shoddy cable and connector attachment when the homes were built. Anyone have any idea how old that development is?Possibly the signal is traveling down the electric lines?
One house that is affected shows a year built date of 2007. After watching the 9 News clip again a few items stood out. They mentioned it was a "powerful signal" covering more than a "1/2 mile" area.I don't know why I didn't think about this before - I wonder if its CATV leaks? It could be just one large, or numerous smaller ones from shoddy cable and connector attachment when the homes were built. Anyone have any idea how old that development is?
What? The follow-up story leaves one with more questions than answers. So, the issue was caused by an "accidental socket surge issue" or should I say a radio frequency hungry Christmas display? So, let me get this straight, the radio signals would reach their intended target (the garage door) however before the garage door could open the signal would just as quickly be re-directed to the neighbors Christmas display (up to 1/2 mile away) making the signal that reached the garage doors ineffective?This was my next guess... url=http://www.9news.com/news/local/article/240246/346/Christmas-display-knocked-out-power-to-40-garage-doors]Christmas display knocked out power to 40 garage doors | 9news.com[/url]