Question about Uniden Radio Communications
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
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.
Posted on May 28, 2009
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.
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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