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My neighbor's cb radio comes in on several frequencies.

I have a neighbor who has a CB radio in his truck and a base station radfio in his home. I live about .10 of a mile from him. I have a scanner radio with an outside antenna.I have been picking his traffic plus other cb radio interference for about 3 weeks. I haven't done anythign different to my system. What's causing this and how do I solve

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Try installing a notch filter inline on your antenna. ScannerMaster sells one that will filter out all transmissions below 30 MHz. Since CBs are on 27-28 MHz and most scanners do not receive below 30 MHz, you should be fine.

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All electronic devices are required to receive unwanted interference but not cause enterference them thats the best answer I can give you. Your neighbor might be operating with greater than 4 watts allowed by the FCC for citizen band transceivers.

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