Elimination of Electrical Noise from 30kHz to 30MHz

Written by admin on September 18, 2011. Posted in Electronics


Elimination of Electrical Noise from 30kHz to 30MHz

Many radio amateurs experience electrical noise problems and feel forced off the amateur radio bands. Don Pinnock, G3HVA is a firm believer that radio amateurs should deal with the problems rather than not be forced off the air. Elimination of Electrical Noise therefore tells of Don’s personal experiences and provides solutions to noise problems that will help many.

In Elimination of Electrical Noise, Don details the various types of noise, how it is generated and how best to deal with it. Faulty or maladjusted machinery or electronic devices can produce so much interference that normal reception is considerably affected. Even equipment operating below or close to International Standards can generate enough electrical noise to severely reduce the chances of a nearby amateur being able to enjoy his chosen hobby. Don describes how to track down a noise source, how to deal with it at its source, and how to put up defences in your own station to reduce noise entering via the mains wiring. He reports on his own experiments with selecting wire antennas that have increased immunity to external noise. And for those looking for a new house, there’s advice on how to choose it from the point of view of noise.

If you suffer from electrical noise problems, Don’s experiences and advice may well provide the solution you are looking for. Elimination of Electrical Noise provides the help you may need to take charge, tackle that noise problem and get the most from your hobby.

64 pages £6.99 plus p&p

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