We present results of the local field strength and, for the first time, apparent source height as a function of frequency from 200 to 6600 Hz of ELF/VLF waves produced in the auroral D region through modulated RF heating using the ionospheric heating facility near Tromsø, Norway. These data show, besides the normal amplitude peaks near 2, 4, and 6 kHz, the occasional presence of peaks at intermediate frequencies, especially in the right-hand circularly polarized mode. A comprehensive model has been developed to explain the data, using a full wave solution of the ELF/VLF waves produced by the self-consistently calculated source currents, and correcting for the effects of finite source current extent and multiple Earth-ionosphere reflections. The model can reproduce the amplitudes and source heights for typical sweeps. The irregular peaks occasionally seen can also be reproduced by invoking interference between the downcoming wave and a partially reflected whistler mode wave from sharp electron density gradients in the ionosphere such as sporadic E layers. The model seems to work well above about 600 Hz, but below that it increasingly underestimates the measured amplitudes.