I have no experience with the DSL lines but ferrite cores where the line
comes into the computer should do the trick if the line is picking up the
RF. This has worked wonders for me on my keyboard, speakers, etc. GL.
NM6R - Ray
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----- Original Message -----
From: Herb Rosenberg <email@example.com>
Sent: Sunday, November 28, 1999 21 27
Subject: [RFI] DSL Modem / Line and RFI?
> I recently had a Pacific Bell DSL line installed, and I seem to be having
> a problem with severe RFI from my 40, 80, and 160 getting
> into the DSL line, and disrupting my connection to the
> internet when I operate on these bands.
> I have tried KCOM line filters, the two line modulars ones,
> that are four wires, and have placed them in line with the
> from the DSL modem to the wall jack, without any improvement. I have
> tried both the .5 - 3. mhz, and the 3 - 30 mhz ones, with no improvement.
> I am now thinking that maybe the rf is getting into the line
> from the point the dsl line comes into the house, and along
> the inside line running to the wall jack, but I don't really
> know for sure. I really need to solve this, as it causes me
> to repeatedly drop my internet packet connections when I
> operate on 160, 80 and 40.
> If anyone out there has any particular experience dealing
> with resolving rfi and a DSL line, I sure would appreciate
> hearing from you.
> Herb - KG6OK
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