Shielding
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Hi All
At risk of suggesting something already well known (though I've not seen it here)  I came across this copper foil. It's self adhesive and ideal for wrapping around a plastic tube.
   

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Alan
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(2017-10-22, 09:51)Alanpenwith Wrote: Hi All
At risk of suggesting something already well known (though I've not seen it here)  I came across this copper foil. It's self adhesive and ideal for wrapping around a plastic tube.


Regards
Alan

Hi Alan, More of the same, or similar from eBay.
There is a big variation in the price of this stuff, depending on who it is being marketed to, so it is well worth looking through the listings.

https://www.ebay.es/sch/i.html?_from=R40...m&_sacat=0

Hope this is useful for someone.

Remember to check your gains and thresholds occasionally. This is an excellent tool to help you find a good sweet spot!

https://www.meteomelin.be/staticfiles/bl...egion=1&id=
 
Sending 75,000 signals to report one stroke of lightning on the other side of the Planet is not really very efficient, neither for your station, nor the network as a whole!
In Europe, now we are entering the quieter part of the year, it is a good time to make improvements and optimise your station for the best possible settings and conditions.
Or just spending a little time reading through the forums to see what others have done and are doing and reporting on your own successes or failures.
Best wishes to all,

Brian.  Smile
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