"Re: [RFI] Do we neglect problems and fix symptoms?"
Yes. When a major electronics firm has spent six years and 500 million
dollars to produce noisey crap, the chances of a shoe-string budget ham of
reverse engineering it and doing it right for $700 million dollars and in
only five years is pretty slim.
As for Hose-A having RFI problems and Hose-B not, well that's because Hose-B
doesn't have the exact, precise, IDENTICAL installation, as well as occupy
the same postition in time and space as Hose-A. It may NOT be the product,
although, there is no doubt, it alwyas is.
What does this leave us with? Fix the symptoms.
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