The folks at the power cooperative here have been very helpful
but generally lacked knowledge - though someone in the past had
acquired a specialized device - the battery was dead and also
Got the link to Mike's RFI courses?
Perhaps they could use it as an in-service.
> I couldn't agree less... I've been using my car radio to close in on
> noisy poles for a decade and more. Tune to the top end of the AM band
> and drive. Get close and take a portable radio from there.
> The local electric utility's RFI guy wants to do a good job, and has
> decent equipment but doesn't know how to use it. Last time he was
> floundering around with a receiver set around 100 MHz with a hand-held
> log periodic that from its size probably started about 300 MHz.
> Next time I see him I'm going to urge one of Mike's RFI courses.
> 73, Pete N4ZR
ARES-EC Bulloch County, Nevils, Georgia USA
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