[RFI] The Cable TV issue
kd6bzn at dslextreme.com
Tue Sep 3 02:22:37 EDT 2013
These small handhelds (at least my TH-F6) are not all that sensitive at non
Works fine when connected to an external antenna, but the little internal
bar antenna, is a bit deaf.
It doesn't hurt to try though.. might be perfect for the signal you're
I've heard the 2 second beep thing before. It was coming from me neighbors
car (alarm system maybe). Luckily, he defaulted on his home loan ; ) The
signal was all over HF and VHF spaced ~maybe 15KHz. Too long ago to
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Sent: Monday, September 02, 2013 2:19 PM
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Subject: Re: [RFI] The Cable TV issue
I think also most of the Yaesu VX-series handhelds, the Kenwood TH-F6A, and
others include AM receive on HF.
I think the TH-F6A may also include CW/SSB rx on HF.
Also, I believe that the new yaesu FT1DR handheld covers
504 kHz - 999.900 MHz (AM) plus 108 MHz - 580 MHz (FM) and digital mode.
Lots of choices out there for a daily use 2/440 handheld also good for
> You mention that your hand held can't hear the RFI. I presume that is
> because it tunes VHF and/or UHF FM only. Be aware that some HTs have
> full HF AM reception, the Icom IC-91A and 92A among them. (Yes, I can
> listen to WWV at 5 and 10 MHz with my HT as a time check.) Such an HT
> would be very helpful in tracking down an external source.
> 73, Dale WA9ENA
Thanks! & 73, KD4E.com
David Colburn - Nevils, Georgia USA
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