Radio Frequency Interference (Jennifer Hoffman )

Subject: Radio Frequency Interference
From:    Jennifer Hoffman  <hoffman.272(at)OSU.EDU>
Date:    Wed, 8 Mar 2000 13:33:54 -0500

An interesting phenomenon has been happening on occasion when we run our experiments: Radio Frequency Interference (RFI). This is interference in which when running an experiment you can hear intermittent faint sounds from radio stations. We use the Rane Headphone HC-6 when running, and the engineers suspect it may be something about the headphones picking up the frequencies. Does anyone know of any headphones that can definitely avoid this problem? Or any other advice in avoiding RFI? Jennifer Hoffman The Ohio State University Department of Psychology Cognitive/Experimental Area 142 Townshend Hall Columbus, OH 43210 ____________________________________ Reality is just a wall around your imagination. ____________________________________

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