On 3/11/2010 Tony wrote:
> What is the best method of getting rid of router birdies? ...snip...
> Tony -K2MO
I did something SLIGHTLY different than most - I used a Type32 ferrite, but I
used a fairly small one - 1/2" inner, about 3/4" long, which will NOT fit the
RJ-45 plug through it, so I cut them off, put 3-4 wraps (as many as would fit),
and put a new end on (I usually make my own cables, so this was no big deal).
One interesting thing I found - MOST of the RFI was NOT coming from the router
end of the cable, but from the PC end! MUCH greater reduction in signal if I
put the ferrite on the PC end. Of course, I ended up doing BOTH ends. My
birdies went from S9 to about S1, which is my background level on a GOOD day
(on a BAD day, I have S7 background from DC to daylight here) (my antenna is a
DX-EE 20ft or so straight up over my shack)
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