Said Mr. Rauch:
>If you want the best VHF suppressor, use a system that has INCREASED
>slope. Not DECREASED slope. Remember my example of silver plated
>conductors having little effect at HF??
Yes. It made me dizzy.
>Use a resistive material only in the primary VHF path, like Henry did
>(by putting a lossy plating over a GOOD conductor).
We are talking about chromium-plating over brass. However, the "lossy
plating" (chromium) is a substantively Better Conductor than brass.
>Using a SOLID
>lossy conductor decreases the slope, that's not desirable.
Solid conductance at VHF? ....... Uh oh. There's that dizzy feeling
again--which is certainly not good news on a slippery slope.
R. L. Measures, 805-386-3734, AG6K
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