[App_rpt-users] Noise Problem with URI and Voter Comment

MICHAEL SMITH kb8wlw at me.com
Tue May 11 13:17:32 EDT 2010


I finally had time to try some things out, I was able to get rid of the noise by putting some resistance.  Actually I put in a POT and set the RADIO TUNE TXVOICE just above mid range.  Then I used the pot to adjust the deviation.  I ended up with around 6k of resistance.  When I have more time I will adjust the RADIO TUNE TXVOICE to mid point and do the same test.

Thanks to all!

Mike / KB8WLW
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On May 4, 2010, at 1:46 PM, hwstar at rodgers.sdcoxmail.com wrote:

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>> From: MICHAEL SMITH <kb8wlw at me.com>
>> Date: 2010/05/04 Tue AM 10:12:47 PDT
>> To: app_rpt-users at qrvc.com
>> Subject: [App_rpt-users] Noise Problem with URI and Voter Comment
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>> Sorry guys I just realized when I was hitting reply, I was replying directly to the individual.  I would guess proper etiquette would be to email the group.  Or at least CC the group.
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>> Thanks for all of the suggestions, I will try adding in a resistor or a voltage divider.  I will have to check to see if I have a 1:1 transformer laying around.  And yes the "RADIO TUNE TXVOICE" was on the far low side.  I will also double check to see if the monitor is creating the noise by turning it off.
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>> I thought the same thing (regarding local HT noise) and hooked up the audio input leads to the audio path and seen this (hopefully I can attach a picture).  I also had someone off site confirm they heard the noise.  I did not think about trying to figure out the frequency.
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