|Subject:||Re: [RFI] What I use to find Interference Sources|
|From:||Jim Brown <email@example.com>|
|Date:||Fri, 31 Jul 2015 22:13:11 -0700|
On Fri,7/31/2015 9:42 PM, KD7JYK DM09 wrote:
Add a fancy Yagi made of scrap and you're in the 5-10 dollar range. That's a lot better than the $5K or so for their fancy AM radio. An idea if someone is looking for a project.
Or if you're not interested in a project but have better things to do with your time, set that 440 talkie for AM RX, grab a 440 Yagi small enough to hand hold, connect it to the talkie, and you've also got a nice impulse noise RX. And while you're at it, find some pads that you can hook up inline.
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