02-25-2012, 07:59 AM
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Join Date: Apr 2002
Originally Posted by HomerBB
Moleculo, are you saying that the only place it is detectable is on a harmonic frequency?
Beetle and others pretty much answered the question, but I'll try to as well using other terminology.
No, the "splatter" issue isn't necessarily about harmonic frequencies; that is more about adjacent frequency interference, although "splatter" is also a symptom of spurious emissions issues which includes both adjacent and harmonic interference.
Additionally, what equipment is it detectable on if on the same frequency? |
I am assuming equipment sufficient to hear it is Amateur transceivers, correct?
It can be detectable on almost any radio equipment. Years ago, I did a simple test where I keyed a crappy amp on my home station and then drove away listening on the 2nd and 3rd harmonic frequencies in my vehicle. It was quite enlightening how well and far away that you could hear the transmissions on several harmonic frequencies.