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Make sure the problem isn't external. Check the car radio ground connection. Unplug the radio antenna and check if the sound is still there. Check if moving the antenna wire removes static. Check if moving other wires removes the static.
If you only hear the static when listening to the radio, and not when listening to CDs or any auxiliary audio sources, then the problem is either with the antenna, the tuner, or some external source of interference. Check the car radio ground connection. Unplug the radio antenna and check if the sound is still there.
Radio noise is a combination of natural electromagnetic atmospheric noise ("spherics", static) created by electrical processes in the atmosphere like lightning, manmade radio frequency interference (RFI) from other electrical devices picked up by the receiver's antenna, and thermal noise present in the receiver input
Lightning causes static on AM radio. The power emitted by a radio wave decreases rapidly as the frequency increases, so the power received from a lightning strike at the low end of the AM dial is about 10 times stronger than that received at the high end.
Clean the Paint. Your car's chassis acts as the ground plane for the antenna and it's very important in the reception of signals. Replace the Antenna. You have heard and seen ads for high-performance radios. at least, that's what I'd like to believe. Look for the culprits.
2 Answers. No, changing the electrolytic capacitor does not remove the static it only changes the frequency of the fm transmitter. Static is caused by interference, installing and positioning the antenna properly may decrease the static.
Radio static can be caused by antenna noise Unplug the antenna. If the noise goes away, try an antenna noise suppressor (like American International's AS100). This filter plugs in-line between your receiver and your antenna, breaking the ground path between them, thus preventing noise from entering your system.
The FM Transmitter is one of the few transmitting devices available that is FCC approved. Choose any FM frequency between: 88.1 MHz to 107.9 MHz. Enter your City (or Zip Code) and State to find the best unused FM Frequencies in your area. Using unused frequencie will ensure optimal performance with your FM Transmitter.
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