We take great pleasure in introducing you to the ultimate solution for any ham radio operator or anyone struggling with noise and interference. Say goodbye to those disturbing noises and disruptions with a remarkable innovation: the 60 dB null to Wipe Out Noise and Interference!
1. Eliminate All Types of Noise
From severe power line noise originating from arcing transformers to the annoying buzz from fluorescent lamps, the 60 dB null feature ensures that every unwanted sound is eradicated. It takes care of even the toughest interference like computers, TV birdies, lightning crashes from distant thunderstorms, electric drills, motors, and industrial processes. The range of issues it can handle is simply unparalleled.
2. More Effective Than Noise Blankers
This device doesn't just reduce noise; it annihilates it. Interference that's much stronger than your desired signal can be removed entirely without affecting the signal you want to keep. It's a smart, targeted approach that makes it more effective than traditional noise blankers.
3. Versatility Across Modes
Whether you're working with SSB, AM, CW, FM, or frequencies from BCB to lower VHF, this device has got you covered. It's designed to cater to various needs and frequencies, making it a versatile choice for professionals and enthusiasts alike.
4. Null Out Strong Interference
Strong local QRM or AM broadcast station overloading your receiver? Null them out easily with this innovative device. It's particularly helpful when you're dealing with weak rare DX that's topped with strong interference.
5. Adjustable Phasing Network
The MFJ-1026, as part of this system, enables you to combine two antennas to create various directional patterns. It's like having a customisable setup tailored to your specific requirements.
6. User-Friendly Design
Plugging between transmitting antenna and transceiver, the device comes with easy-to-use amplitude and phase controls. You can null or peak a signal at the push of a button, and the exclusive Constant Amplitude Phase Control™ makes the process even simpler.
7. RF-sense T/R Switch
Safety and convenience are key with an automatic bypass for your transceiver when you transmit. It even comes with adjustable delay time and works on 12 VDC or 110 VAC with MFJ-1312D.
8. Compact and Sleek
Measuring at 165 mm W x 38 mm H x 159 mm D (6 1/2 W x 1 1/2 H x 6 1/4 D inches), it's a sleek and compact device that doesn't take up much space yet packs a powerful punch.
For anyone looking to rid their radio experience of all kinds of noise and interference, this system is a game-changer. Its combination of broad applicability, robust performance, and user-friendly design puts it head and shoulders above alternatives.
So, why endure the frustration of noise and interference when you can wipe them out completely? Invest in the 60 dB null system and take your ham radio or listening experience to a whole new, crystal-clear level. It's time to make noise and interference a thing of the past!
REVIEWS ON THE INTERNET:
Here are some reviews for the MFJ-1026 that you might find interesting.
User 'K4DPK' rated it 5/5 and said, "This is a very effective tool for reducing or eliminating local noise sources. It's not a 'plug and play' device, but with patience and understanding, it can work wonders."
User 'W8JI' also rated it 5/5 and mentioned, "This is a very useful tool for reducing local noise. It requires careful adjustment and a good understanding of how it works, but it can make a huge difference in a noisy environment."
'Gadgeteer' rated it 4/5 and stated, "Great tool if used correctly. Once set up correctly, it will help you lower the noise floor and pull out those stations hiding in all the noise."
'Barry Shapiro' gave it a 5/5 rating and said, "MFJ-1026 noise canceller works great. I was very surprised and happy that the unit could tune out this new noise."
'Dons' rated it 5/5 and mentioned, "This device has made my Yaesu FTDX10 usable again. It brings the noise down to an S0-S3. It does take some adjustment but the key to making this work is a good external auxiliary noise antenna."
User 'Moleculo' said, "I was amazed at how I could deal to a pest and clean up co and sideband channels. I was initially sceptical at how well it would work on skywave signals, but not only was I able to get significant nulls on almost every NZer tried, I was able to phase out KCCN 1420 in Hawaii and hear a mainland US station running sports talk."
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The reviewer stated, "Over and over again I was amazed at how I could deal to a pest and clean up co and sideband channels. I was initially sceptical at how well it would work on skywave signals, but not only was I able to get significant nulls on almost every NZer tried, I was able to phase out KCCN 1420 in Hawaii and hear a mainland US station running sports talk."