Question about Connex 4600 Base CB Radio
Buy an inline filter, the alternator on your vehicle interferes with the sound. that is all you need. you can find them at any good cb shop.
Posted on Nov 22, 2009
I'm not an expert but I am a daily operator. First check your ground connection, just because the radio turns on doesn't mean the ground is good enough. If this unit is mobile there are several things you can do to reduce the noise. First you need to find out if the noise is coming in thruogh the antena or the power supply; turn on your radio and vehicle, unhook the antena. If the noise goes away or is reduced you know that it is RF noise. this is interference from some outside source, powerlines, TV, just about any thing that uses electricity or electronics can cause noise. relocating the antena may help. Check you antena connections. Check your SWR. This is only a few of the things you can check.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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