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JoeLink
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Hello friends, gustaria to know to me that it is but the important thing to avoid near interferences in television and frequencies in fm Are but important a clean exciter or a clean amplifier? Does not concern the amplifier if the exciter this free one from armonicos (Cyber max led)?

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I have a suggestion:
Don't use a web-based translator.



But, I think you are asking how to prevent interference with TV channels. Is this correct?

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Even when you are using a super-clean transmitter, your amplifier
could generate harmonics.

So it is crucial that the amplifier exhibits some kind of filtering.

So a super clean transmitter is only enough, if you're using only
an antenna and no amplifiers.

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Thank you

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