You might consider a Timewave ANC-4 noise canx device. I have one here. It
phase cancels the noise before getting into your receiver. You would need an
external noise antenna close as you can get it to the source of the noise.
Then keep in mind, it only will cancel out one noise. If the noise is
changing, re adjustment will be needed. It sounds like you've got a bad case.
On 29, Dec 2012, at 14:30, "Gary Smith" <Gary@ka1j.com> wrote:
> The Amtrak power line RFI I've mentioned here is right now S9 +20 on
> 160 and Stew Perry is on. I'm going to have to forfeit the contest
> because I can't hear anyone other than local.
> I was hoping the noise blanker and noise reduction in the K3 would
> dent it but it doesn't touch this at all. NR does cut the volume but
> equally attenuates the desired RF signals a radio is supposed to get:
> Net gain = 0
> If I said what I'm thinking about Amtrak I'd be censored from the
> list and there'd be a knock at the door.
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