Let's say there was 5pF from each side of the choke to the boom - that's
2.5pF net. At 30MHz that's a reactance of 2000 Ohms shunting the choke.
Not sure if that makes a difference in your application, but if I'd
carefully designed a choke to have several thousand Ohms Resistive
impedance I wouldn't want to be shunting it with 2K reactance.
On 04/03/2011 21:56, Sam Andrews wrote:
> Tnx. Makes a lot of sense. Several pfs on each side of the choke at 30 mhz
> is a negligible amount.
> 73, Sam AE5L
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