SOLVED: Identifying interference with oscilloscopes and software-defined radio
(2017-08-08, 19:58)pasense Wrote: You should consider to use the low pass filters. With them I could cut out the high frequency noise and could concentrate on hunting the noise sources around 10-30 kHz. Soldering the tiny filters in was far easier than I feared, but they are of course a bit expensive.

Hi pasense. I don't want to hijack this magnific thread, but I have doubts about soldering the low pass filters (I already have them). Any link or post where to see the PCB place and soldering tips?

Thanks !!
Luis.   (Lugo, Spain)
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RE: Identifying interference with oscilloscopes and software-defined radio - by Breitling - 2017-08-09, 07:14

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