I just put in the word 'powerline' in the search dialog box on the ARRL web
site home page and got this. Hope it is what you want.
"Members Only QST March 2001, p. 32 Build this small receiver/antenna
assembly to sniff out RFI sources. * Basic Steps Toward Tracing and
Eliminating Power-Line Interference (1,482,250 Bytes, PDF File) QST November
1991, pp. 43-46 * A Line Noise Sniffer That Works (1,392,172 Bytes, PDF
File) QST September ..."
http://www.arrl.org/tis/info/rfi-elec.html , 4583 bytes
73 de Jim WA6PX
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Behalf Of Pete Smith
Sent: Tuesday, December 03, 2002 11:18 AM
Subject: [RFI] QST article on powerline noise receiver
I've spent a fruitless half hour trying to find this article in the on-line
index -- I know it appeared within the last several years. It described a
little non-superhet receiver tuned to the aircraft band, and a Moxon
rectangle antenna for directivity. If anyone has it handy, all I need is
month and year.
73, Pete N4ZR
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