There are several types of silicone grease and these different types do
react at different frequencies and at different power levels. Check the Dow
Corning web site and one should be able to find this info...
At our firm, we had to do quite a significant research to find a silicone
grease that would not be affected by the RF that we utilize; 2.4GHz. Some
that reacted violently and heated and some changed molecular structure at
lower frequencies worked quite well at 2.4GHZ and vice versa.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, September 24, 2001 7:29 PM
Subject: [TowerTalk] Silicone grease
> > Charlie, can you send me some of the grease you use as I'd like
> > to
> > run some
> > tests with RF also at different levels. k7gco
> No can do....the supply I used ran out a long time ago. The
> "problem" grease I had was from two different
> sources...I'm sure of that...but in the same era. Maybe
> there is no problem now with more modern grease...who knows?
> Charlie, N0TT
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