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1. [RFI] Update on the Boston area RFI (score: 1)
Author: Ash Thornton <thorntonash@comcast.net>
Date: Sat, 13 Feb 2010 13:08:42 -0500
Some of you had requested I follow up on my findings here in the Boston area. And, thank you to all for the tips and suggestions. NStar did come out last week with their Radar Engineering VHF/UHF gea
/archives//html/RFI/2010-02/msg00067.html (8,137 bytes)

2. Re: [RFI] Update on the Boston area RFI (score: 1)
Author: Missouri Guy <n0tt1@juno.com>
Date: Sat, 13 Feb 2010 18:35:27 +0000
It sounds like they needed some attenuation in front of the receiver. With my own RFI radio, I use 6 -10 -20 db switchable steps between the antenna and radio, and sometimes that's not enough when c
/archives//html/RFI/2010-02/msg00068.html (6,887 bytes)

3. Re: [RFI] Update on the Boston area RFI (score: 1)
Author: Ash Thornton <thorntonash@comcast.net>
Date: Sat, 13 Feb 2010 15:35:13 -0500
Thank you. That raises a question for me. We did have attenuation cranked in, but what should we see at the fault vs. the greater field of RFI? Any general rule of thumb? Thanks _____________________
/archives//html/RFI/2010-02/msg00069.html (7,804 bytes)

4. Re: [RFI] Update on the Boston area RFI (score: 1)
Author: "Alan Robinson" <robinsah@engr.orst.edu>
Date: Sat, 13 Feb 2010 12:53:25 -0800
A couple of thoughts............ The fact that the noise (RFI) goes away after a storm would indicate an outside source on the power line. It also means that the source is not inside an arrester. So
/archives//html/RFI/2010-02/msg00070.html (10,452 bytes)

5. Re: [RFI] Update on the Boston area RFI (score: 1)
Author: Don Moman VE6JY <ve6jy.1@gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 13 Feb 2010 21:07:08 +0000
Utility companies routinely use hammers as part of their on going pole testing procedure. A 22 oz framing hammer is used to contact the pole in each of 4 quadrants ranging from as high as the person
/archives//html/RFI/2010-02/msg00071.html (9,715 bytes)

6. Re: [RFI] Update on the Boston area RFI (score: 1)
Author: Ash Thornton <thorntonash@comcast.net>
Date: Sat, 13 Feb 2010 16:59:42 -0500
Thank you Alan. Now that you mention it, it was the LP. I have ordered the 440Mhz 7 element array that others have suggested works well for them. They have all the Radar Engineering gear so hopefully
/archives//html/RFI/2010-02/msg00072.html (12,161 bytes)

7. [RFI] Update on the Boston area RFI (score: 1)
Author: "Lee K7TJR" <k7tjr@msn.com>
Date: Sat, 13 Feb 2010 14:24:04 -0800
One of the tricks my power company interference guy uses is to rotate the UHF yagi from horizontal with the hi-wires to vertical and sweep the area. His comment to me was that about 90% of the noise
/archives//html/RFI/2010-02/msg00073.html (7,829 bytes)

8. Re: [RFI] Update on the Boston area RFI (score: 1)
Author: Missouri Guy <n0tt1@juno.com>
Date: Sun, 14 Feb 2010 01:48:54 +0000
If you are looking at the scope on the RFI receiver, with enough attenuation inserted, you probably wouldn't see the weaker "spikes" that were present before. There should be enough attenuation "cra
/archives//html/RFI/2010-02/msg00074.html (7,712 bytes)

9. Re: [RFI] Update on the Boston area RFI (score: 1)
Author: Ash Thornton <thorntonash@comcast.net>
Date: Mon, 8 Mar 2010 14:32:17 -0500
Some of you had requested I update the group a I work through my noise problem. NStar has now added grounds to the poles that were not up to spec, unfortunately the noise is still there. Based on the
/archives//html/RFI/2010-03/msg00008.html (12,038 bytes)


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