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Re: [Amps] Parasitic Resistors

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Date: Wed, 28 Jun 2006 09:11:29 -0400
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I had used some metal film that RF Parts sells as non-inductive 'flame proof'.  
When you get to talking to them, the 'engineer' will tell you that they are 
slightly inductive.  I am curious if 'slightly inductive' is too inductive for 
this application.

Doug N9XTF

Quoting Peter Chadwick <>:

> Doug asked:
> >what type of resistors are the preferred type for use in a parasitic
> supressor?<
> The answer almost depends on what religion you are................
> I like the big Carborundum types, if you can get them. Others like nichrome
> wire, or metal film or carbon film or.........
> 73
> Peter G3RZP

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