Induction cooktops and RFI?
tfox at knology.net
Thu Apr 12 23:11:34 CDT 2012
From: Andre Kesteloot
Sent: Thursday, April 12, 2012 11:57 PM
To: Terry Fox
Cc: andre.kesteloot at ieee.org ; tacos at amrad.org
Subject: Re: Induction cooktops and RFI?
On 4/12/2012 20:18 PM, Terry Fox wrote:
Thanks Andre! My spec an only goes to 3GHz. The whole idea was to know what they (induction cooktops) do BEFORE I buy one.
that is NOT the true AMRAD approach, which should be : buy first, then test.
Maybe you could camp out at the local Sears with your spec an, and test for me??
I plan to be at our Local Sears at 0900H tomorrow morning
After all, that's what helping each other with Ham problems is all about... :-)
Thanks Andre. Totally not necessary, as it turns out. As Karl pointed out, they DO operate at LF frequencies, so now I can use it to cook food, and as an LF beacon at the same time. I wonder if I need an FCC license to cook with it? I will let you all know what freq I am operating on, and you can listen for me. My signal will be the one with the “bacon sizzle’ sounds in the background. No, REAL bacon-sizzle sounds! Fry, baby!
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