[RFI] Finding power line noise...

Dave Cole dave at nk7z.net
Sun Dec 9 00:11:22 EST 2012


I have a THF6a, this little rig will do AM all the way up to 600 or 700
MHz.  I often use it in AM to locate RFI...  Moving to AM and going up
as high as possible is always the best way to locate RFI from what I
have seen.
73's and Thanks,
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On Sat, 2012-12-08 at 20:44 -0800, KD7JYK DM09 wrote:
> I recently bought a Yaesu FT-2900 that had a showroom quality 2003 Ford
> Taurus attached to it...
> While monitoring telemetry and radar on 303.875 MHz in AM with a 2m/440 MHz
> vertical NMO mounted on the trunk lid, I noticed it worked quite well for
> identifying power poles with problems, MUCH better than my old IC-706MKII on 
> HF with up to 131dB attenuation in-line using a 24" whip!
> Kurt
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