Hi all - if anybody can help me with this problem, or knows of somebody who could help me, I would really appreciate it.
Problem. I have Nolan helmet, with wireless Bluetooth in it (Ncom). I have recently had a Honda CB installed in my 2012 Goldwing. When I plug in the Cable to my activated bluetooth helmet (cable supplied by Nolan for this purpose), everything works fine, except that when I transmit on the CB, I get a very loud feedback noise that drowns out my transmission.
If I place the helmet on the front seat of the bike, I can transmit without the feedback. As soon as I raise up the helmet, the feed back starts when I hit the transmit button. If I move the helmet towards the CB antenna while transmitting, the feedback instantly gets worse. If while transmitting and getting the loud feedback I wrap my hand around the CB antenna above the black filter in the middle of it, the feedback instantly disappears and I can transmit ok!
I don't know anything about CBs and radio, but it seems to me that when I hold the antenna it is filtering out the interference from the bluetooth. So my question is, does anybody know how I could permanently filter out the interference from the bluetooth helmet? I asked my wife if she would hold onto the antenna when we go riding, but she declined - lol!