Radio Frequency Interference (RFI) has always been a source of concern for the Radio Amateur. Until the recent introduction of complex circuitry in the home, our communications gear has been the main source of potential RFI. In this computerized age of ours, increasingly complex and sensitive receivers are being barraged by these and other sources of RFI.
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