I'm one guy that uses it. It's NOT very sensitive, so you need to get
pretty close to the source to hear much. There's an internal ferrite
loopstick antenna that is directional, and it's the default antenna
below 10 MHz. You can switch it to the SMA input. You didn't say what band.
Your loop isn't very sensitive either, so I'm guessing it won't do much
with the TH-F6A. But it IS a guess -- I haven't tried it.
73, Jim K9YC
On 2/26/2011 8:31 PM, Tony wrote:
> Searched through the archives and found a few members who've used the
> Kenwood TH-F6A to detect RFI. I was wondering if this rig would work to
> find the source of interference with a small loop antenna? We're on the
> hunt for a what appears to be Plasma TV RFI and we need something
> Tony -K2MO
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