|Customer Reviews for the MFJ-852.|
|From: David L Ingram K4TWJ|
|\"Tracking down sources of power-line noise can prove quite a challenge. The MFJ-852 Line Noise Meter, however, cuts the pursuit down to size. The self-contained unit has a very directive antenna, level meter, and headphone socket for simultaneously monitoring noise.\"|
\"Unquestionably, the most helpful device I have found for tracking down noise sources is the MFJ-852 AC Line Noise Meter shown in photo C. This unit is a battery-powered, 135 MHz AM receiver with built-in dipole antenna, and it works great for zeroing in on elusive noise sources. Furthermore, the unit\'s manual is filled with prime information on types, causes, idiosyncrasies, and corrective measures for finding and eliminating power-line noise. Every group, club, or amateur faced with electrical noise problems will find the MFJ-852 priceless.\"
See the January 2003 issue of CQ magazine for the full article.