On 4/9/2012 9:04 AM, Jim Thomson wrote:
> ## If you are implying that dc resistance is the predominant factor
> in coax cable loss, then all these various formulae + online loss
> calculators must be out to lunch, and I find that hard to believe.
At low frequencies, dielectric loss is very low, gradually rising with
increasing frequency. At some frequency dielectric loss takes over, but
that frequency is way above HF. At HF it's all about DC resistance. HF
is practically DC in the overall scheme of things...
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