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Ok, here is the answers...
What type of antenna does the AM receiver have?
No,antenna on the domestic AM/FM radio I install one wire directly as antenna taking 1 pin of the main dial inside (no sure how say that in english sorry) and add a toroid in the wire but the funny thing was the station I listening was cover up for another station come more stronger
when I add the wire as antenna for AM and then of course! when transmit the RFI still.
Is the receiver an AM broadcast band receiver or is it some other band, using the AM mode?
Is a regular radio you can bay and any electronic store have AM,FW with digital display,CD player and cassette.
How far away is the AM receiver antenna from your ham antenna?
Well, no sure how far because the antenna I have is on the top of the roof in 3 floor building and the receiver can be in the 1th floor and the RFI still there, so maybe 33 ft between AM receiver and my antenna.
What bands are you transmitting on when you cause the interferrence?
In all of them 10,12,15,17,20 but more stronger when I use 12 and 15M. (I dont have 80,160m)
I forget tell about, I add toroid in the speaker wires, also un the power cord in both ends even I grounding the speakers and the transformer but the RFI still there. Just one thing I discovering when I use my short wave sony radio the RFI still on but...if I use batteries the RFI gone. So, why the toroid in the power cord not help? also I was thinking... whats exactly is causing this RFI? my antenna? bad domestic recever manufacture? because even if I fix the problem with 1 radio maybe more people around me have the same problem and will be very hard fixing all++ radios
Well, its all...I wait your help. Thank you! for your time.