Re: Computer To Used With An ELAD
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The Lenovo laptops seem to be good. My W540 is perfection (with an added 7200 RPM 1TB internal SATA drive in the DVD slot and 3 batteries for remote operations).
An older T410 is horrible. The T400 was quiet but underpowered for ELAD recording at 6MHz.
From: elad_sdr_en@... [mailto:elad_sdr_en@...]
Sent: Monday, May 09, 2016 10:26 AM
Subject: [elad_sdr_en] Re: Computer To Used With An ELAD
I just checked my noise floor running my Lenovo laptop with Win 7. I was just curious, but I must be one of the lucky ones. I removed my power supply and checked the noise floor. I found no difference whatsoever.
Maybe the Lenovo power supply that runs this laptop is a good one. I did check the noise floor in the AM BCB, where noise should be at a high point.
Just my 2 cents worth. For those that have a laptop, try pulling the power cord, and make the laptop run on battery power, then see if your noise floor drops.
Have a FDM-S2, with Wellbrook Loop, on a Lenovo E550