Edited by Steve Telenius-Lowe, PJ4DX
Many radio amateurs have Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) issues or, as it is more commonly referred to in the US, Radio Frequency Interference (RFI). As a scourge of our time there has been much written about this topic as to cures, identifying the problems and much more. EMC & RFI Know How sets out to draw this material together and provide valuable insight into an area that is considered by many to be one of the most important problems facing amateur radio today.
This book has drawn on expertise from across the world and includes material from the UK, USA, Germany, Greece and the Netherlands. You will find sections dedicated to sources of interference such as Lighting, xDSL, Renewable Energy, Air Conditioners, Air Source Heat Pumps, Power Line Noise and Power Supplies & Chargers. EMC & RFI Know How also takes the reader through practical ways of defeating the problem of interference. Home constructors are well catered for with the circuit of an HF receiver suitable for directionfinding, a preselector to eliminate interference from powerful broadcast stations, filters to stop breakthrough to TVs, and even a QRM-Eliminating antenna. Advice is also given too on how to prevent breakthrough from amateur transmissions spoiling the familys enjoyment of television programmes!
The average home contains numerous electronic devices that can potentially cause interference in the amateur radio spectrum. EMC & RFI Know How takes a detailed look at how this interference can occur -- and how it can be defeated. If you suffer EMC and RFI problems or not, this an essential book for every radio amateurs library.
Size 174x240mm, 208 pages, ISBN: 9781 9101 9396 9
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