Re: AM Radio Interference



Howard Brazee
07-10-2005, 12:53 AM
On 27-Apr-2005, manmeil0815@rogers.com wrote:

> Hello all you friendly helpers,
> Does anybody know what causes AM Radio Interference with Desktop
> Systems.
> I have tried the Belkin EFI & RFI filter. It does not seem to make any
> difference. As soon as I boot up my desktop, the AM Radio reception in
> our house goes grazy.
> I don't have this problem with our Notebook!!
> Much appreciciate any feedback.

Boot up your computer with your monitor turned off. Find out whether the
problem is with the monitor or the computer.

nicholas
07-10-2005, 12:53 AM
Howard Brazee wrote:
> On 27-Apr-2005, manmeil0815@rogers.com wrote:
>
>
>>Hello all you friendly helpers,
>>Does anybody know what causes AM Radio Interference with Desktop
>>Systems.
>>I have tried the Belkin EFI & RFI filter. It does not seem to make any
>>difference. As soon as I boot up my desktop, the AM Radio reception in
>>our house goes grazy.
>>I don't have this problem with our Notebook!!
>>Much appreciciate any feedback.
>
>
> Boot up your computer with your monitor turned off. Find out whether the
> problem is with the monitor or the computer.

I found my AM radio interference problem to be my power supply. Checking further, even some
expensive power supplies provide AM interference. I settled on an A open, and that fixed my
interference problem.



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Nicholas
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Jim Macklin
07-10-2005, 12:53 AM
Check FCC certification (for all hardware/systems) to be FCC
Part 15 Class B to reduce RFI to within limits.


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"nicholas" <nicholas@rapture.com> wrote in message
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| Howard Brazee wrote:
| > On 27-Apr-2005, manmeil0815@rogers.com wrote:
| >
| >
| >>Hello all you friendly helpers,
| >>Does anybody know what causes AM Radio Interference with
Desktop
| >>Systems.
| >>I have tried the Belkin EFI & RFI filter. It does not
seem to make any
| >>difference. As soon as I boot up my desktop, the AM
Radio reception in
| >>our house goes grazy.
| >>I don't have this problem with our Notebook!!
| >>Much appreciciate any feedback.
| >
| >
| > Boot up your computer with your monitor turned off.
Find out whether the
| > problem is with the monitor or the computer.
|
| I found my AM radio interference problem to be my power
supply. Checking further, even some
| expensive power supplies provide AM interference. I
settled on an A open, and that fixed my
| interference problem.
|
|
|
| --
| Nicholas
| :)
|
| Please reply to this newsgroup


Re: AM Radio Interference