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>> Home > Forum > Electrical Related > Metal to metal noise on 2.4 mhz
Metal to metal noise on 2.4 mhz
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onetenor
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22nd May 2017 18:42  
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Is metal to metal noise a problem with 2.4mhz as it was on 3.5 ?

Haverlock
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23rd May 2017 06:59  
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2.4GHz seems to be pretty resistant to "noise" that affected 40mHz 35MHz and 27MHz HOWEVER its a good idea not to push your luck and try to minimise such effects.


"that's not a bug its just an undocumented creature."

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