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Default Re: What type of capacitor for R.F. decoupling ?

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Hi,

I'm trying to rebuild an oldish receiver (1950's), all I have is a more or less bare chassis and the circuit diagram.

I see you can get R.F. ceramics, I presume that they have improved dielectric for lower loss. But they really don't look the part for the vintage of the kit.

Any recommendations and info would be great.

Thanks

Nick
Depending on the type of receiver it is they may not look out of place for the year, I'm working on a 1955 Granco FM domestic radio at the moment and with the exception of 2 electrolytics every capacitor is either a ceramic or silver mica.

The attached view showing them has been downloaded from,

http://www.antiqueradios.com/forums/...p?f=1&t=244660

John
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