On Monday, October 13, 1997 8:51 AM, Webster D.
>HELP! All my station is grounded (well, I think). I'm getting RFI into
>my Ten Tec power supply. People are commenting that my signal doesn't
>sound right, and when I mention that they're probably hearing an echo of
>my signal through my speaker, they tell me that's what it sounds like. I
>didn't realize how bad the problem was until I was working on a handie
>talkie last week, on 440, at 100 milliwatts in the room with the power
>supply. Every time I keyed up I could hear the speaker clicking! I even
>moved the power supply into a steel equipment rack two feet from my
>Corsair II in my shack, and it's now got a grounded layer of steel
>between it and my HF set. Has anyone else experienced this? What was
Try simply placing the power supply on the other side of the radio
from where it originally sat and see if that makes a difference.
I had a Triton IV many years ago and the placement of the
power supply on one side or the other of the radio seemed
to be critical and made a big difference.....can't recall in what,
but it made enough of a difference in something that I always
remembered that the p/s had to be on one particular side of
What do you mean "hearing an echo of
>my signal through my speaker"??
Dale Martin, KG5U
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