Sunday, October 14, 2018

234: Basics of Near Field Probes. Post #1646.


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Thanks to Alan (W2AEW) for this excellent video tutorial on the basics of near field probes.  According to Alan, "Near Field probes can be very helpful tracking down sources of RF emissions and radiation."  Alan explains how near field probes work and how to use them to resolve RF leakages and stray RF problems in your gear.  He also lists helpful links on near field probing, including plans and discussions on how to make your own near field probes.  An outstanding tutorial that should be part of your reference library.

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