[RFI] Nintendo 3DS After Market Power Supply 160 meters RFI
dj2001x at comcast.net
Wed Nov 12 17:33:03 EST 2014
Me too. Where I live, is not a high crime area, but even wandering around in someone's back yard might very well have me under a police car spotlight and some questions. My neighbors are very gracious, they let me in to check the noise from a dimmer one day. I felt like I was invading privacy which I was.
I wish, the powers that be would stiffen up the rules or do what ever needed so that we don't have to do this sort of thing. That is, to snoop around neighborhoods looking for dimmers and crap tv's on our own. I don't like it one bit AND I shouldn't have to do it!
On 12, Nov 2014, at 10:43, Rob Atkinson <ranchorobbo at gmail.com> wrote:
> I am amazed that a ham can show up at a home with a loop antenna, etc. and
> the home owner will let him in to walk around.
> Around where I live, they'd call the cops.
> To me, showing up at a door with radios talking about RFI could result in
> being on the wrong end of a rifle.
> I am doing well if my noise level on 160 is S9. Except for CW, the days of
> poor antennas and low power on that band are over. There was a post-LORAN
> period in the 1980s when things were pretty good but now, if you want to be
> heard above all the appliance RFI, you have to run some power and have a
> good antenna. The assumption has to be a S9 noise level or worse so bring
> all the RF ammunition on the air you have.
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