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Cut back the jacket and push back braid, then remove dielectric spacer to clear # in. of the coiled inner conductor. 2. Unwind & in. , remove Formex insulation with emery cloth, and tin wire. 3. With a pair of pliers squeeze the exposed stub of the polyethylene core to about one-half of its original thickness. 4. Punch a hole at least & in. wide with a needle (scriber) through the middle of the flattened portion. 5. Bend one end of 2-in. tinned copper wire (No. 20 to No. 22 AWG) to U shape around ~ in.
These works do not specify the high-frequency properties of resistors. —By specifying resistors according to the descriptive code included in the JAN standards a user can obtain from different manufacturers resistors that are for most purpose interchangeable with each other. This code consists of symbols using five letters and five numbers, Irhich completely identit’y a resistor as to the following properties: dimensions, wattage rating at room temperature, presence or absence of insulating case, humidity and salt-water resistance, variation of resistance \vith temperature, resistance value, resistance tolerance.
010 in. in diameter. Inner conductor; close-wound helix of AWG No. 32 copper wire. 010 in. in diameter. Fm. —RG-65/Uhigh-impedance cable. t Outer conductor; single-braid, plain copper wire No. 33 AWG, max. 340 in. 010 in. Surge impedance; Z = 950 + 50 ohms. o ohms/ft. Capacitanc~ 42 ppflft. 042 psec/ft at 5 Me/see. Maximum operating voltage; 3000 volts rms. 5 db/100 ft at 1 Me/see. 2 db/100 ft at 3 Me/see. 14 db/100 ft at 5 Me/see. 5 db/100 ft at 10 Me/see. 40 db/100 ft at 30 Me/see. , in Newark,N.