[RFI] Anyone ID the cause of this rain-initiated RFI?
qrv at kd4e.com
qrv at kd4e.com
Thu Apr 2 18:24:19 EDT 2015
Got tied up with pounding some fence posts after the
rain stopped - then some family stuff - a bit of a
breeze and no more rain, so all quiet now.
Next time I'll chase it right away.
Thanks - David
> Probably an insulator arcing... though it could be anything electrical that
> got some water in it. track it quick because it may go away as soon as it
> dries out, then will be back next time it rains.
> David Robbins K1TTT
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> Subject: [RFI] Anyone ID the cause of this rain-initiated RFI?
> It's been generally RFI-quiet here ...
> Just got 0.16" of sudden downpour a little earlier and came inside.
> Turned on the rig and from 550kHz - 14+mHz I heard this in AM mode:
> I did not hear it on 17m or higher on my IC-7200 using the ZeroFive 43'
> Anyone recognize the sound's likely source, please?
> Thanks - David KD4E
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