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Sent: Wednesday, November 21, 2007 4:16 PM
Subject: RFI Digest, Vol 59, Issue 17
> Hi Tim: Could you provide some info about the filter, such as power
> ratings and how you connected it - next to the computer, at the wall
> plug, grounding, etc? I have serious problems listening in my travel
> trailer when at a RV park. Sometimes, most of the noise comes
> through the AC power line. I managed to get a commercial line filter
> that probably costs hundreds of dollars new, made adapters and
> connected it next to the RV park power outlet, but little or no
> help. I tried grounding the case to the power enclosure, but didn't
> see much difference. Possibly the filter was defective, but more
> likely it was the setup. I resolved the problem by running the
> trailer on internal battery power, but like turning off your computer
> not the best approach.
Jim and all;
I had the same problem with my motor home. Very objectionable on 75 meters
and progressively quieter on 40, 20 etc. I found it was the "converter" /
battery charger. It is a switching supply. I put ferrite chokes on all of
the input and output leads. This helped immensely.
By the way mine is a Inteli-Power RV Switcher/Converter.
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