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Radio Interference
#41
Thanks for the info sharing & feedback. I will try the settings this week.


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#42
I tested your suggested settings for the V6 radio. Through trial and error I ended up with "mic level 3db, Mic filter on, vox 9, Squelch 13.I now am able to hear transmissions and transmit. However, feedback from pilots hearing my transmissions are- "some static and very low volume." I still get some "popping" noise through the head set while flying. My avionics guy suggested installing a separate push to talk switch to further reduce mic noise. This helped a great deal. [Image: 4911f12b14eea8fd8d9de547eaee6e94.jpg]


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Thanks for your help.


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I am sorry, I assumed that you had a PTT switch. I am about to order the shielding for the plug wires, you might want to try that to clear up some of the static. That high squelch level might be playing a role in the quiet transmissions. I am glad you are making progress and that we are working toward a common goal. 

Michael
XE 285  1205 (Myrtle)
Start: 8/1/2013
Finish: 5/24/2014
Arrived home: 10/11/2014

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(08-25-2015, 04:14 AM)ddiana Wrote: Has anyone had success eliminating the RF Interference problem?  I have a factory built XEL with an antenna in the tail boom. I'm using an Icom A6 and a seinheisser headset.  I get significant feedback when I power on.  so much so that I cannot use the radio.  

Any Help would be appreciated.  

Dave

I have a Sirio antenna on the backside of the ship, and a dc-dc converter between the 12volt of the Batterie and the Radio. There are no interferences.
I think the most important thing is the DC-DC converter.It really works very well.
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