Question about Cobra 29 LTD CB Radio
Your CB is AM as is your other radio. AM stands for Amplitude Modulation. The frequencies from AM are between 530KHz and 1700KHz. The CB can be heard through your AM radio because they operate on the same frequencies. But not so much under normal circumstances. First make sure your CB is grounded well. Take a copper braid strap or a solid 12 gauge copper wire and hook one end onto one of the bracket screws and ground the other end to a pipe or perhaps a hose faucet outside. This will help a lot. Proper grounding is key to removing this interference. You might want to put a ferrite bead on your coax close to the back of your CB too. You can also buy a ferrite bead and rap the cord to your radio around it several time up close to the radio. These things will take care of it. Another thing is if you are running power behind it or maybe your CB is really "peaked and tuned" this will cause interference as well. To much and the FCC will knock on your door and offer you a $10,000 fine you can't refuse. Hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 23, 2011
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