Some (not all) of our LED reading lights put out enough interference
to wreak havoc with our VHF
scanners. We have to turn up the squelch way too high before they will quiet down and then we won't hear any of the traffic we are monitoring.
I'm wondering if putting capacitors across the power leads at the fixtures is likely to help and if that case how should I size them ?
Since not all the "identical" LED bulbs have the problem I worry that the interference
is "bulb" internal and won't be fixed by caps but I'd be happy to learn differently.