Since the radio station is 780 KHZ, it is likely that the interference is not caused by the frequency used by the phone, but that it is getting interference from the digital circuits in the phone. Usually this happens if your radio is close to the answering system or that you have placed the wireless headphones near your radio. If neither is the case, check to see if the cords running to the answer machine might be passing close to your radio. Gina is right that an external antenna probably would correct this, but moving the answering machine or making sure your headphones are not near the radio should help. If you keep your headphones in a charger when they are not being used, check to be sure the cord to the charger does not run close to the radio. Making sure the radio is plugged into a different outlet from the answering machine or any headphone chargers might be worth trying as well. If your radio has a separate square loop antenna, moving that around can make a big difference as well.
I live in Minnesota but listen to WBBM occasionally, and I have heard them announce that they are also on FM on 105.9. You might be able to avoid this by trying the FM frequency instead. I do not know if the coverage of the FM frequency reaches you, though, but it might be worth checking.
On 31 Jul 2020, at 03:47, Morey Worthington <email@example.com> wrote:Georgina
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