I agree. My 962 powering a Omni VI did not like to be on the right hand
side of the rig. I moved it to the left side + a few feet and it
GL de Dave KB6JOX
>From: Dale Martin[SMTP:email@example.com]
>Sent: Monday, October 13, 1997 10:23 AM
>To: 'Ten-Tec Reflector'
>Subject: RE: [TenTec] RFI to Ten Tec power supply
>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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