I am getting GSM Buzz on a wireless micrphone system. The interference is coming from the Micrphone itself as it is transmitting it in the audio and is not being caused by direct RF interference with the transmitter or receiver.
This is an RV2 wireless sytsem from EV (uses TELEX equipment). The unit in question is HTU2 microphone (HT-500 bosh/Telex).
When a GSM phone is held close (with in 1') and the phone receives a SMS you hear the pit pit pit sound of the SMS/GSM packets being sent/received.
I am was thinking I could shield the microphone and internal components and just make sure I didn't shield the antenna area (couldn't find the actual antenna -fcc:B5DH219 docs say its TP11 but didn't see any antenna in that area).
At this point I see there is an RF choke at the mic input, but I am left wondering if Ferrite beads added to the mic input wiring would work to solve the problem. All the other answers speak about using ferrite beads on the wires going to the receive but none talk about put microscopic ones inside the wireless microphone itself.
Anyone have experience in eliminating hte GSM noise from the Ev RE2 Clear Scan units? The noise persist on any frequency the units are set to.