We recently moved to a new home and Directv was kind enough to replace my trusty old HR20-700 dvrs with two HR24 units. I'm an amateur radio operator, N6LY. I transmit 100w on 10,15,20,40,80m through an Alpha Delta DX-CC fan dipole. It's on a 33ft mast, partially over one corner of the house (2 story). Everything is grounded and tied to the main ground. I have two current baluns on the feedline. I recently got back on the air. Yesterday, during about 7 hours of California QSO Party operation, I noticed the hr24 upstairs was recording random programs. Upon further inspection, I see that each box turns itself on/off when I key on 80/15m. I unplugged all cabling into the HR24s except for the power. They still turn on/off (just like pressing the capacitive touch button) on the front panel. There is no indication of any sat signal interference during operation. Only this odd controlling behavior. I'm going to make a trip to radio shack today for a bag of snap on ferrite chokes on the power cord. If that doesn't help I don't know what else to do other than wrap the darn things in tin foil or something. If it was the sat cabling I'd be a little relieved as I could work on the grounding system. The fact that its either getting in via the power cabling or directly into the units themselves is troubling. Any other ideas?