That doesn't make sense. The ultimate lossy element is one that is
conductive enough to accept power and resistive enough to dissipate it
as heat. A totally non-conductive material is the ultimate non-lossy
element (dielectric losses being ignored for the sake of this discussion).
On 12/28/2011 10:26 AM, Roger Parsons wrote:
> The ultimate 'lossy element' is one that is totally non-conductive. It can
> accept no power, so it can cause no losses.....
> 73 Roger
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