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Title: Quiet Flat Pane Disay
Post by: W2RWJ on July 23, 2013, 04:27:29 PM
I am toying with building a "tote board" to display logging program results.   In the 20 or so inch class, 16:10 format, what the quietest (from an RF noise perspective) computer display?

73 Martin
W2RWJ


Title: RE: Quiet Flat Pane Disay
Post by: K6LCS on July 24, 2013, 09:05:32 AM
I am using an Asus VS228 as a second display with my laptop at work ... I also have a "quiet" Samsung at home. Have a BestBuy store near you? Take a scanner or HT with you and walk it by their display models!

Clint K6LCS


Title: RE: Quiet Flat Pane Disay
Post by: W2RWJ on August 07, 2013, 06:05:09 AM
It's not as much VHF/UHF that is the issue - we have a donated flat panel in the lobby of the N2MO station that wipes out a large portion of HF when it's on.

It's a bit tough to lug HF gear into a store for testing...

73 Martin




Title: RE: Quiet Flat Pane Disay
Post by: W0FM on August 12, 2013, 01:13:48 PM
I don't think Clint intended to limit the receiver to UHF/VHF but was speaking of a portable radio in general.  I think Clint's suggestion would include taking a battery powered AM/FM/SW radio to the big box store.  Set to some HF freqs and walk by the monitor displays.  A portable battery-powered receiver that has HF/Short Wave capabilities is a common "sniffing" tool for all sorts of RFI that we experience in our hobby.

Terry  WØFM


Title: RE: Quiet Flat Pane Disay
Post by: W2RWJ on August 12, 2013, 02:13:09 PM
OK -  I need to stop being quite so literal in how I read things....

Martin


Title: RE: Quiet Flat Pane Disay
Post by: K6LCS on August 16, 2013, 02:02:56 PM
And if you have a BestBuy near you, they have a 15-day return policy if you are not pleased for any reason ...

Clint K6LCS
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