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Noise between 26 and 27 mhz band; Ticky noise on most of 11 metre band
Topic Started: Monday, 23. April 2012, 10:26 (730 Views)
Sharky
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26 Charlie Tango 776

I have a ticky noise covering from 25 mhz up to the middle of the 27 mhz or muppet frequency from channel 1 to channel 38 ,channel 39 and 40 perfect no noise .just looks like the 11 metre band as the 10 metre is fine
The ticky noise is only on received modulation only

I have turned very electrical appliance off run a earth from radio to copper pipe in house ,also tried different main socket in house
I am running a siro gain master swr 1.1
palstar 60 amp switching power supply
I have 3 radios all given the same noise
Should i run a earth wire from my fiber glass ant or not

Has anybody had the same problem if so how to over come this
Thanks mark from bournemouth
Edited by Sharky, Monday, 23. April 2012, 14:22.
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Sharky
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Sharky
Monday, 23. April 2012, 10:26
I have a ticky noise covering from 25 mhz up to the middle of the 27 mhz or muppet frequency from channel 1 to channel 38 ,channel 39 and 40 perfect no noise .just looks like the 11 metre band as the 10 metre is fine
The ticky noise is only on received modulation only

I have turned very electrical appliance off run a earth from radio to copper pipe in house ,also tried different main socket in house
I am running a siro gain master swr 1.1
palstar 60 amp switching power supply
I have 3 radios all given the same noise
Should i run a earth wire from my fiber glass ant or not

Has anybody had the same problem if so how to over come this
Thanks mark from bournemouth
I have been carrying out some tests to day
I have bypassed the power supply and used a battary still have the same problem noise on incoming modulation
Next test i turned off the fuse box in the house and the noise has gone
I then found out it was the fuse breaker for the kitchen and living room so i turn the breakers back on,
I then turned off all the switch off in both rooms and it did not work the noise is still there
The only way i can turn this noise off is manually turn the fuse breaker off on fuse box for both rooms
From my findings it could be the wiring in the house causing the problem

Has anybody had the same problem as me

mark from bournemouth


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BigTone
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26 Charlie Tango 4498
That suggests something that is on the breaker but not on a switch???
Central heating boiler?
If not that I would suggest calling out a Sparky
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Mark DX
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I think your one of the lucky ones "least you have found it and you can do somthing about it ie its not the nextdoor with there crap plasma tv etc .

Mark 554.
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Hob
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Don't think this will be of any help but I had the same problem a "tick" "tick" "tick" on ssb turned out to be an electric stock fence ! The tick tick tick was the electrical pulse sent down the wire from its power supply. Thought I would post this in case someone was static mobile and had this problem and were parked near an electric fence.
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Nubster
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I ve been getting that tick tick noise also now and then, I'm home base in North London in a house so no electric fences dont need them, only mad staffie dogs or killer cats to protect our homes LOL
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Monty
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Sometimes I've had that 'static tick'
Lasts for a while and then stops. Maybe 7 or 8 seconds
apart. It's Olgas brother, Ivan mate :blink:
Iota Eu 010 Outer Hebrides, Isle of Lewis, Scotland
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Ferret Tom
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I agree with Mark your luky i have 7 to 8 pound of noise from a neighbor of there plasma tv most of the time
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High Voltage
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Monty
Wednesday, 25. April 2012, 15:11
It's Olgas brother, Ivan mate :blink:
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Captain Kirk
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central heating timer maybe?
Captain Kirk-John 26CT013/26TM013 mobile South Cheshire UK34 FM.
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