[RFI] Update on the Boston area RFI
n0tt1 at juno.com
Sat Feb 13 17:48:54 PST 2010
> That raises a question for me. We did have attenuation cranked in,
> but what should we see at the fault vs. the greater field of RFI?
> Any general rule of thumb?
If you are looking at the scope on the RFI receiver,
with enough attenuation inserted, you probably wouldn't see the weaker
"spikes" that were present before.
There should be enough attenuation "cranked in" so that the receiver
(actually any receiver) responds only to the strongest signals when
at or near the noise source.
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