Though I've had luck trying to get rid of interference on my line byQuote:Kobb) writes:
> The FCC has been very clear on its position about telephone interference.
> The agency says that "filters cannot be relied upon to eliminate tele-
> phone interference."
using a filter. However, it was a strange sort of interference: It
was only present when my modem was off-hook. It turns out that the
problem was a strong local radio station was coupling RF into the
line, which went into the modem (when it was off-hook), was *rectified
into audio*, and sent back out the line. Really ugly.
People have asked me about this before, and only now have I found the
information I wanted to tell them: The filter I used was from K-COM.
They have 1-line (RJ-11, $14.95) and 2-line (RJ-12, I think, 19.95)
models. Their phone number is 216-325-2110.