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Old 03-11-2013, 10:38 PM
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512hz can be used to locate the 60hz buzz of power lines using the receiver only. 512hz is a telephone rack signal. That is a signal transmitted from the CO.

8k will work if you use null rather than peak mode. The vertical orientation of the solenoid is the easiest explaination i can give you.

33 and 65 bleed too easy and don't travel well on small conductors. They also tend to cancel through xtalk.
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I should have mentioned that you could be locating the path inductively if you ground the far end. That is what the 33 and 65k are good for.

As a rule lower goes farther, higher goes deeper.

When using a 521 or pro800 the lower the power output the farther the signal goes.
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