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Re: Sometimes the sources of a problem or even the observed distance can be surpsising.

October 10, 2020 07:10PM
Most likely a harmonic between the two detectors. Had it happen several times at a amateur radio field day. Luckily with that equipment we had a filter we could add to the system to remove the interference. Most of the time it was a bad 60 cycle hum in the receiver from a dirty insulator on a near by power pole. It would be interesting to try a torrid inline power cord filter on a coil to see if it made any difference. I am sure that some one might have tried that but haven't read anything about it. The older White's Eagle II SL 90.5 could shift frequency By .50 kHz and it would eliminate most of the problems between detectors. Any time you have a unit that emits a RF signal and one that receives a signal there is a chance of harmonic interference. It doesn't surprise me that a charging pad would emit a strong EMI interference. I have read that some people are having problems with their Nox 800 and interference from the cell phones they carry.

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EMI sources Husqvarna?

Sodbuster 66 October 07, 2020 08:57AM

Re: EMI sources Husqvarna?

dixiedigger57 34 October 08, 2020 10:16AM

But wait! This should be the season for small radio stations.smiling bouncing smiley

Monte 43 October 08, 2020 11:04AM

Sometimes the sources of a problem or even the observed distance can be surpsising.

Monte 41 October 07, 2020 11:28AM

Re: Sometimes the sources of a problem or even the observed distance can be surpsising.

Senior Deacon 27 October 10, 2020 07:10PM

Cell phone, a device that has never caused me EMI problems.

Monte 28 October 11, 2020 06:11AM

Re: Cell phone, a device that has never caused me EMI problems.

Senior Deacon 25 October 11, 2020 04:03PM

Carrying electronic devices.

Monte 26 October 12, 2020 08:05AM



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