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Fish finder L36HG. Also have a lowrance marine radio. When I have them both hooked up I get alot of static noise on the radio.

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Most likely the fish finder's clocking pulses or drive pulses are radiating to the radio.

You have to determine if the radiation is coming from the power distribution or radiating over the air to the radio's antenna.

You should get an experienced marine communications engineer to go to the boat and see exactly what is going on. He can then run some tests to determine the best plan of action to take.

Jerry G.

Posted on Apr 20, 2008

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