ARRL

Information for the Neighbors of Hams

What To Do if You Have an Electronic Interference Problem

Click on the link below for a self-help guide for the consumer published jointly by the American Radio Relay League (ARRL), an organization representing Amateur Radio operators, and the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA). It may be printed and distributed freely. It often proves helpful when discussing an interference problem with a neighbor.

What To Do if You Have an Electronic Interference Problem

 

Custom RFI Pamphlet

Print a cutomized Radio Frequency Interference information handout.  Just fill in the blanks, have your club approve your handing it out in their name, and then pass it on to the person you believe is the cause of the RFI in question.  As always, calmness, and kindness are the keys to solutions with regards to RFI issues:

Radio Frequency Interference:  An Information Handout Provided by Your Club's Name.

Special thanks to the Valley Radio Club of Oregon for help in the preparation of this document.