Charles T Johnston Charles T Johnston" <ctj92@primenet.com
Sat, 6 Nov 1999 17:07:17 -0700

Most computer RFI is actually from the monitor and not the CPU itself. Try
switching off just the monitor and see if that resolves it. If so you will
know where to begin to fix the issue.

Charles T Johnston  - AB7SL
Charles' Ham Radio Pages

----- Original Message -----
From: Darryl Youngblood <dyngbld@ameritech.net>
To: <rfi@contesting.com>
Sent: Saturday, November 06, 1999 3:56 PM
Subject: [RFI] RFI?

    I have a serious RF problem.   I am trying to run a packet station.  No
big deal?  Well I have a 50+ watt Kenwood 261 sitting on my desk,  That is
not very compatible with the 400 MHz home brew computer sitting on the floor
a mear 5 feet away.  The antenna is in the attic just above the shack.  I do
have a grounded ground plane.  There is about an s-3 of noise on 144.390 is
this normal?  There appears to the same amount of noise all across the 2
meter band.


>From Great Lakes, Illinois this is The Youngblood's:
Darryl (ke4hts), Kelly (kb0vfx),
Hannah (4), Rebekkah (1), and Baby (due mid-Dec)

Visit our WebPages at:
http://www.members.tripod.com/~ke4hts  (Updated 9 AUG 99!!)
Kookin With Kelly:

Email us at:
Darryl: dyngbld@ameritech.net
Kelly: kyngbld@ameritech.net

God Bless!

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