>At 01:34 PM 10/11/1999 -0500, you wrote:
>>>? What is a 50-ohm isolator?
>>Rich, you don't know much about RF, do you?
>>An isolator is a device that is typically used at higher frequencies than
>>HF that effectively makes any load "look" like 50 Ohms. Now I KNOW
>>you'll find some way to criticize that and parse it and pick it apart,
>>but so what.
>>So Rich, instead of just criticizing, how about stepping up to the plate
>>and answering some of my questions? Afraid that you may have to
>>backtrack on some things?
>Ah, Rich didn't criticize anything Jon...he just asked a question. He
>asked because "isolator" probably isn't part of the common jargon in RF
>circles for a device that does what you describe...
? I used isolators when I worked in a calibration lab. They had two
waveguide connections, and they had no characteristic Z.
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