bcarling at CFL.RR.COM
Fri May 18 16:53:14 EDT 2001
Sounds like it could be fundamental overload of anything from the detector on back to
the 1st RF amplifier in the AM band receivers, Joe. Best bet is probably going to be
run about 100-150 feet of coax back behind your house to the 6m antenna. Get the
antenna as high in the air as you can and aim it away from the poor AM receivers.
Reduce power level on the TR-6 to the minimum needed for acceptable communication,
and ground EVERYTHING in sight!
Let us know if that helps any.
On 18 May 2001, at 8:04, Joe Sloss wrote:
> I should have indicated that RFI on the AM broadcast band is coming in before the AFG control thus eliminating speaker leads as the culprit. FM band and CD mode RFI has been cleared up, when unit operated on AC power, by using split ferrite on AC power cord RFI exists on AM band whether unit
is operating from batteries (w/ AC cord removed) or AC power. Joe K7MKS
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