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Re: RFI identification



Excellent advise!
Scanners are notorious for making sounds like this also but more on a 
single frequency.

Computers are also extremely noisy!  When operating HF I never use a 
computer,  every one I have ever had or used, adds at least 10 DB to the 
noise floor.  horrible machines,

Nate Duehr wrote:

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>One initial thought.
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>First... make sure it's not in your own "backyard".  Run the receiver  
>affected off of battery power and kill the main to your house.  (Don't  
>forget to turn off anything on a UPS.)
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>If it disappears, you know where to start hunting, at least, and it's  
>an easy test.
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>Consumer electronic gear is getting consistently noisier (is this  
>stuff passing any RF testing at all?) and often-times your own "toys"  
>are making the RF racket.
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>--
>Nate Duehr, WY0X
>nate@natetech.com
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