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Elimination of Electrical Noise  Elimination of Electrical Noise  New
2nd Edition

By Don Pinnock, G3HVA

Electrical Noise is a problem for most radio amateurs today and many are forced off the radio bands because of it. Don Pinnock, G3HVA, is a firm believer that radio amateurs not be forced from the air but should deal with these problems instead. This new second edition of Elimination of Electrical Noise tells of Don's personal experiences in doing this, and provides solutions to noise problems that will help many.

Elimination of Electrical Noise details the various types of noise 30kHz to 30MHz, from computers to electrical light fittings and much besides. Faulty or maladjusted machinery or electronic devices can produce so much interference that normal reception is considerably affected. Computers are almost an essential in a modern shack. New to this edition is a chapter on how to reduce or eliminate noise from the computer equipment itself and from the numerous interconnecting leads. 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.

In Elimination of Electrical Noise, 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 the potential for 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.

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The ARRL RFI Book 3 The ARRL RFI Book 3
Practical Cures for Radio Frequency Interference

This new third edition of the popular ARRL RFI Book has been compiled by the highly trained experts of the ARRL and designed to give the best advice available on every type of radio frequency interference (RFI). From automotive to television, from computers to DVD players, from audio equipment to telephones, you’ll find a step-by-step process for eliminating problematic interference in one convenient book.

The ARRL RFI Book begins with chapters on First Steps, EMC Fundamentals, RFI Troubleshooting Techniques before moving into various guides to specific areas of RFI. The reader will find practical advice on specific subjects such as, Transmitters, Televisions, DVD players, Computers, Stereos, Videos and Telephones to name but a few. There are even chapters covering External Rectification - "The Rusty Bolt Effect" and "Intermod" - A Modern Urban Problem. The ARRL RFI Book also includes resources for addressing new realities of digital cable TV and satellite systems, over-the-air TV signals, troubleshooting, and hybrid and all-electric vehicles.

If it's a device that can be affected by interference, including your radio receiver, you'll find practical cures in this book.

Size: 320 Pages, 210x275mm ISBN: 9780872590915

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The RSGB Guide to EMC The RSGB Guide to EMC
by Robin Page Jones, G3JWI

Achieving electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) with the increasing number of electronic devices in surrounding buildings can be a major problem for anyone operating radio equipment.

This timely guide will help you avoid EMC problems by practising good radio housekeeping, and assist you in the diagnosis and cure of any ones which do occur. The underlying causes, as well as the remedies, are given so that you should be well prepared to tackle any problems which turn up now or in the future. There is also a considerable amount of reference data presented concerning suitable filters and braid-breakers. The social dimension is not forgotten, and a whole chapter is devoted to dealing with neighbours.

Considerable revisions of the text have been made for this edition, including coverage of the important new EU EMC regulations which came into effect in 1996, and the impact of computers on radio reception. This book continues to be an invaluable reference for all users of the radio spectrum.

2nd Edn (formerly entitled "The Radio Amateurs Guide to EMC"), 1998, RSGB, paperback, 244 mm by 172 mm portrait, 208 pages, ISBN: 1-872309-48-8

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The RSGB Guide to EMC The RSGB Guide to EMC
by Robin Page Jones, G3JWI

Achieving electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) with the increasing number of electronic devices in surrounding buildings can be a major problem for anyone operating radio equipment.

This timely guide will help you avoid EMC problems by practising good radio housekeeping, and assist you in the diagnosis and cure of any ones which do occur. The underlying causes, as well as the remedies, are given so that you should be well prepared to tackle any problems which turn up now or in the future. There is also a considerable amount of reference data presented concerning suitable filters and braid-breakers. The social dimension is not forgotten, and a whole chapter is devoted to dealing with neighbours.

Considerable revisions of the text have been made for this edition, including coverage of the important new EU EMC regulations which came into effect in 1996, and the impact of computers on radio reception. This book continues to be an invaluable reference for all users of the radio spectrum.

2nd Edn (formerly entitled "The Radio Amateurs Guide to EMC"), 1998, RSGB, paperback, 244 mm by 172 mm portrait, 208 pages, ISBN: 1-872309-48-8

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