Thanks for the information, so 2% will be good, nice!
I will do bolted connections to a DXE radial plate, but I was asking about
soldering the wire to a terminal to be bolted to the radial plate
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> El 30/12/2014, a las 22:58, firstname.lastname@example.org escribió:
> Hi Jorge,
> Very high cost silver solder isn't needed for radial connections. Any
> mechanically and electrically secure connection that achieves and
> maintains about an ohm or less of connection resistance will have an
> undetectable affect on the the performance of your antenna (much
> less than 1 dB) compared to lossless radial connections. Thats why
> bolted connections are so popular and just as effective.as silver solder.
> From: "Jorge Diez CX6VM" <email@example.com>
> To: "Topband" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Sent: Wednesday, December 31, 2014 12:27:40 AM
> Subject: Topband: Silver solder
> I read about using silver to solder wire radials to terminals
> This week I decided to ask sellers about silver solder and they offered me a
> 2% and 30% silver bars
> What we need for our use? Will be ok to use 2%? The difference in price is
> extremely high!
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