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Old 05-18-2003, 06:46 PM
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I have aksed this before and am getting some similar answers but..... I am making aluminium struts and am worried about radio interference. Should I be?

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SVX,
Usually, no. Keep your receiver antenna well away from the struts, don't make a pretty diamond shape that the antenna runs dead on center down at the tail, if possible keep the antenna out of any such situation at all (ie run out the wing, out the fuse top to the top of fin, etc. Most importnat, keep them tightly mounted so they aren't vibrating.
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