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RE: How to solve digital noise getting into RF which is very common.


Are you talking about a "wireless" router, which (of course) is a transciever? Some ethernet equipment, especially older stuff, used/uses RG58 coax cabling. Maybe that's what you need in your "touchy" environment.

Substantial ferrites on the power cables of digital equipment, to keep the crud they generate out of the AC mains strikes me as being important. EMI/RFI filtration of the AC feeds to analog equipment, to "cleanse" incoming AC, is a complementary action.

Eli D.

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