[AMPS] 2000 ARRL Handbook question

Steve Thompson rfamps@ic24.net
Sat, 5 Aug 2000 09:23:59 +0100

-----Original Message-----
From: measures <2@vc.net>
To: Steve Thompson <rfamps@ic24.net>; amps <amps@contesting.com>
Date: 04 August 2000 15:41
Subject: Re: [AMPS] 2000 ARRL Handbook question

>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: measures <2@vc.net>
>>To: Tom Rauch <W8JI@contesting.com>; amps <amps@contesting.com>
>>Date: 03 August 2000 16:31
>>Subject: RE: [AMPS] 2000 ARRL Handbook question
>>I think the question was from Peter Chadwick
>>>>> Rich, you've lost me here. To me Q is (in this context) XL/r. Let's
>>>>> constant with frequency; XL increases with frequency. Therefore the Q
>>>>> an inductor rises as the frequency goes up, doesn't it?
>>Rich, would you mind taking a moment to explain your answer?
>Resistance is not constant with frequency.  Resistance increases as
>frequency increases.  The Q of R/L VHF suppressors decreases with
>frequency.  see Wes' measurements.
>cheers, Steve
>-  Rich..., 805.386.3734, www.vcnet.com/measures.
Ah - ok. I think Peter was referring to just an inductor in his comment, not
the whole suppressor.


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