[RFI] Resolving RFI to a DSL Modem
k1ttt at arrl.net
Sat Mar 21 15:15:12 EDT 2015
The first adsl modem/router I had was real sensitive to 40m also, had to
build a custom filter for the phone line for it to keep it running...
ferrites on all the wires didn't help. The one I have now runs fine with no
extra filters. Unfortunately this one is a Verizon branded model 7500 so
I'm not sure who really makes it.
David Robbins K1TTT
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From: RFI [mailto:rfi-bounces at contesting.com] On Behalf Of Adrian Flynn
Sent: Saturday, March 21, 2015 16:06
To: Kim Elmore
Cc: rfi at contesting.com
Subject: Re: [RFI] Resolving RFI to a DSL Modem
Why not use "Snap on Chokes"?
Put as many in series as needed.
On Mar 21, 2015 11:32 AM, "Kim Elmore" <cw_de_n5op at sbcglobal.net> wrote:
> I have an ADSL modem in my garage and when I operate with anything
> more than 1300-1400 W on 40 m only, it loses the ADSL connection. I';;
> be getting an IPDSL modem on Monday, though not Uverse (because...
> Well, it's the phone company). I'm assuming I'll have a similar
> problem with it, if not worse. I've ordered five of the ~1.5" ID type
> 31 ferrite cores, enough for one per wire that enters or exits the
> device. How many turns should I pack on: as many as I can in a single
> layer? ANy guess if I can get away with enough turns when I run two wires
> There's a twisted pair that enters the modem, a power line, and four
> CAT-5 cables. DO I need to observe any special precautions?
> Kim N5OP
> Kim Elmore, Ph.D. (Adj. Assoc. Prof., OU School of Meteorology, CCM,
> PP SEL/MEL/Glider, N5OP, 2nd Class Radiotelegraph, GROL)
> /"In theory there is no difference between theory and practice. But,
> in practice, there is." //- Attributed to many people; it's so true
> that it doesn't matter who said it./
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