[RFI] RFI with Dish Network
jim at audiosystemsgroup.com
Sun May 22 17:38:46 EDT 2005
On Sun, 22 May 2005 14:43:41 -0400, Bill Axelrod wrote:
>Any other hints?
It is most likely common mode on the coax, in which case the RIGHT
ferrite choke will work. Single ordinary snap-ons won't make a dent
in it. They are designed for VHF, but you can turn them into HF
chokes by winding turns around them.
Study the applications note on my website on ferrites. What you need
is one of the multi-turn chokes using #31 (best, but hard to find)
or #43 (easy to find) on the 2.4" o.d. core. Figure the number of
turns based on the data and the bands where you have the problem(s).
This paper is written for audio guys, but the concepts apply to your
Jim Brown K9YC
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