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8753 down to 30kHz
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on Dec 6, 2010
on Dec 7, 2010 by Dr_joel
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Is it just the 8753's with built in test sets that go down to 30kHz? My B,C and D with external test sets only go down to 300kHz. I just started a new job today and will be dealing with LF,MF and HF. I'm used to >=VHF.
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Dec 7, 2010 7:55 AM
yup, different bias tee and particularly different bypassing (that's the tricky part). Performance down to 30 kHz is a bid dodgy, the match goes quite bad but a such low frequencies, often match is not so much of a concert. In fact, the operation supports 10 kHz but the performance is really quite bad down there (like 4 db return loss).
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