Hi Shawn, Thanks for that but it's not that, i did try chokes some Years ago and the station boomed through, it worked with just a 330k resistor to the inputmarky26_uk
Hi Paul, Lol, no not a router i'm not talking about networking stuff, this is purely vlf receiving. It's not coax but a cat 6 cable that is used for ethernetmarky26_uk
Try a choke in series with the antenna in the range of 3-5 mH (not uH) which should eliminate the interference. Shawn [Non-text portions of this message havevlfkorgan1
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