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Old 20th Oct 2017, 9:21 pm   #19
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Default Re: What type of capacitor for R.F. decoupling ?

If you're talking about needing decoupling in the 20-40MHz range I assume you're working on either first-generation TV or some 'interesting' upper-short-wave-band radios. I'm intrigued!
I only need to go up to 45MHz because that is the L.O. for the 20 -30 MHz R.X.

It's a ground based GEE R.X. unit.

It came to me as a more or less empty chassis and I thought it might be fun to try it out on H.F.
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