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Subject: Re: noisy power supply
From: "Al Allworth" allworth@..............
Date: Thu, 6 Jul 2000 22:37:12 -0700

Have you tried a large ferrite suppressor bead or
 two on the power cord?  Some are split and
clamped around the cord near the power supply.

                     Al  Allworth

On the Beautiful Southern Oregon Coast

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, July 06, 2000 6:18 PM
Subject: Re: noisy power supply

> In a message dated 05/07/00 05:48:05 GMT Daylight Time, angel@............
> writes:
> >  I just got me new computer and much to my chagrin now all four of the
> >  traces on SDR are much noisier.  Little spikes, jus ta few counts.
When I
> > turn off the
> >  new computer the noise goes away and when turn it on the noise comes
> >  back.  Obviously one solution is to not turn on the computer.  Are
> >  any others?
>     Two quick thoughts. Have you checked that the Earth connection to your
> power socket really IS Earth and it's resistance? Second, it's a new
> and it is giving problems --- COMPLAIN and demand that the shop get it
> Why should YOU have to solve the problem?
>     Regards,
>     Chris
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