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Old 31-Mar-2020, 3:56 PM   #17
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I wonder if I move the antenna to the other side of the house if that may help?
Maybe. You'd have to actually move the antenna to find out as we do not know how strong the interfering noise actually is. Increasing the distance between the source and the receiving antenna is a common countermeasure for mitigating noise interference. If you can physically locate the antenna so that the source is outside its primary reception lobe, and, even better, in a null of its pattern or shielded by the bulk of a structure, that would also be expected to help.
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