scott dreblow

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scott dreblow wrote an answer about on December 12, 2012

Agree with Dave and Grant .... John Barkhausen of Prescott College did some tests on interference from electronic devices, and presented it at last national aval conference. He found cells, GPS, iPods, SPOT, and other digital devices can and do interfere with beacon signals if held or stored closer than 40cm from searching transceiver .... about 'arms-length'. He found much less effect if device was near a transmitting beacon.

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