A good part of teh RFI problem we have here in Oregon is due to items
being brought in directly from China via channels like eBay. I am not
sure how that would get dealt with.
Thanks and 73's,
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On Fri, 2014-03-14 at 02:55 -0500, Dale J. wrote:
> You guys must all live in the boonies. If I had such a thingie on my car
> driving around residential areas the cops would pull me over for something.
> It would even be worse at night. They'd have the swat team surround my noise
> locator car.
> The noise hunt has become a hobby in itself.
> I just wish and hope someday the FCC will have the money and manpower to
> properly screen devices BEFORE they are allowed to be placed on shelves for
> consumers to consume. As it is now we/I have to make a complaint about my
> neighbors TV or dimmer so that <maybe> the government radio gendarmes can
> come out and tell them their TV is illegal and interfering with Mr. K9VUJ's
> ham hobby. That will go over like a lead balloon.
> Dale, k9vuj
> On 13, Mar 2014, at 21:32, KD7JYK DM09 <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > For power line noise detection, I use a Yaesu FT-7900 tuned to 324 MHz with
> > a magnetic loop antenna. Mounted on the car, the lobe is upward and off the
> > passenger side in a narrow swath due to other antennas causing it to act as
> > a 3-element Yagi. I can drive down the highway at 85 MPH and positively
> > identify arcing poles or associated hardware with 100% certainty, yes, yes,
> > no, no, no, yes, yes, yes, et cetera, even 600-900' from the pole, more than
> > the space between them.
> > Speaking of which, anyone playing with my idea of a half-Yagi on the trunk
> > lid of a sedan made of a row of NMO mounted whips?
> > This would be comparable to my current installation, but more purpose
> > designed.
> > Kurt
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