...Haven't used one (too new on market), but would be much better with a small 3
el Yagi, or Moxon Rectangle for the antenna. The best choice of a local
"tracker" would tune a wider range (say, 30 to 150 MHz with a small LPDA
antenna) as nulls occur in the frequency domain plus it is typically necessary
to work one's way up in frequency to find the culprit. It is still usually
necessary to start at the BC band and then switch to VHF. Sensitivity needs to
be in the -130 dBm or better range and a couple steps of RF attenuation (0,10,20
dB) could be useful. It will be interesting to see how this instrument works
73, Tom - WA2BPE
> Just received the latest AES catalog and noticed that MFJ has a Power Line
> Noise Meter (model MFJ-852). This device has a 135 MHz AM superhet receiver
> with a built-in dipole antenna, and analog meter for signal strength.
> Anyone used one of these? Effective?
> Henry Pollock - K4TMC
> Raleigh, NC
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