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W1EBI
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« on: August 09, 2002, 06:50:51 PM »

I need advice on eliminating an RFI problem with my home PC network. I have a Linksys Wireless Access Point/DSL Router and two PCs in rooms on the second floor. My hamshack is in the basement. When I am on the air, there was interference with the wireless link and the router would crash, causing my DSL ISP tech support to notify me (too often for their pleasure, and mine). This happened nearly 100% of the time, so yesterday I replaced the wireless link with new Linksys PowerLine devices, which use the home AC wiring as a LAN. On Day One, I transmitted for 2-1/2 hours without any problem, but today (Day Two), the router crashed. Does anyone else have a similar setup, and what would be the best way to eliminate the RF from crashing the home network? Would ferrite chokes on the AC side of the PowerLine bridge and adapter do it?

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George W1EBI
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