GSM-noise "buzz" issue

Joerg Reisenweber joerg at
Tue Sep 16 23:28:25 CEST 2008

Actually Andy explained the pin3/pin5 issue.
From what I understand, with removed receptacle and 3-5 short, your buzz 
actually vanished, no? That's good news.

For the suggested rework, that's exactly why I bought a Dremel couple of days 
ago ;-)
You described my plans to the smallest detail.

Contrary to Andy I don't hope for eventual enlightenment somewhere in future. 
Especially since no one than me is examining the whole issue, and I'm sure 
there *is* *no* other way for existing devices.
If you got the fox on the farm, you don't investigate how it's actually 
killing the chicken, rather you simply fix the hole in the fence.


Am Di  16. September 2008 schrieb Angus Ainslie:
> On Tue, Sep 16, 2008 at 7:23 AM, Andy Green <andy at> wrote:
> >
> >
> > BTW props to you sir for jumping in there and start experimenting with
> > jack removal, that is not so trivial to think about for a customer.
> >
> I'm not the one who actually took the part off. I left it to far more
> capable hands in my office. I would also strongly recommend that no one else
> try this unless you are high skilled at soldering and board rework. The guy
> that did it for me has at least 10 years experience dealing with this kind
> of thing.
> Angus

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