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Old 30-Mar-2020, 5:00 AM   #13
Tower Guy
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Originally Posted by smcquary View Post
So I have figured out I'm getting interference from something and not in my house. I get full signal all afternoon and lose signal about 5 until the next afternoon. Any thoughts on this?
Because the interference is coming from another house, moving the antenna onto the roof wonít help much.

I have heard stories about cheap Chinese grow-lights that make tons of RF noise. They are commonly used by hemp operations.

To trace the source of the interference, you would need a VHF receiver that can measure the strength of the noise and a directional VHF antenna. An FM receiver canít help. An AM decoder is needed. The most common AM receiver would be a scanner with an aircraft mode. Another choice would be an all-mode amateur rig that covers the two meter ham band. Then itís make measurements from several locations until you can triangulate the source.
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