You get more impedance by looping through the core than you do by
clipping more of them on. I don't have the model number handy, but
fair-rite makes a big one centered around 100mhz where the center is big
enough to loop an outdoor cable through it 10 times.
I don't remember the formula exactly, but I think the impedance is
squared every time you loop through the core. I seem to remember
figuring out that you could get over a million ohms of impedance on FM
frequencies with the big one and 10 loops.
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From: "CBB - Jay Fuller" <par...@cyberbroadband.net>
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Sent: 9/19/2016 5:04:00 PM
Subject: [AFMUG] ferrite beads
Hoping to resolve some issues with radios only linking up at 10 meg or
100 meg (on a gig radio)
we have at least three radios doing this on two different towers.
should these work?
how to install? Just install 2-3 per cable? Maybe one on each side of