Can Amateur Radio & Solar Power Co-exist? QST Article

The following article provides a good overview of how solar panel can co-exist with Amateur Radio. Click here to read the article reprinted with permission, April 2016 QST; copyright ARRL.   Max, VK3YBA was kind enough to provide local specs for the ferrite beads he used in his installation. Ferrite Info landscape

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Noisy Solar Systems

Many radio hams suffer an unbearable baseline noise floor from solar panel installations.  Assuming you have followed the procedures and techniques for identifying your noise source, and confirmed it’s a solar system, you’re probably experiencing something like this.   vk3 amateur noisy inverters This example is from a VK3 amateur where the following solar inverter […]

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Installing a Solar PV System

You (or your neighbour) are considering a Solar PV System. Where do you start? You are installing a Solar System If you are installing a system then you have complete control of the selection of the installer, the equipment and what you will accept. Start by using an installer from the list here.  These are […]

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Solar System Suppliers that Comply

This list is provided in good faith.  QRM.guru and RASA have no way of ensuring it is up-to-date or the companies contact details are correct. Puchasing a Solar PV System   Solar Council Accredited Installers

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Solar Panels & Inverters

Typical Solar PV domestic installation   Solar power in Australia is a growing industry. As of September 2018, Australia had over 10,131 MW of installed photovoltaic (PV) solar power,[1] of which 3,366 MW were installed in the preceding 12 months. In 2017, 23 solar PV projects with a combined installed capacity of 2,034 MW were either under construction, constructed or due to start […]

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