In Reply to: RE: For RF use posted by unclestu on August 2, 2012 at 18:23:00:
Yea, that sounds right Stu. I remember reading some of their ads in the past.
One of the problems with playing with cables is a hobbiest's inability to source small quantities of wire, let alone having it specially made. Even magnet wire is now insanely expensive. We had a struggling local electronics distributor go out of business but I didn't get the word in time and they had, at least at one time a pretty good selection. Sigh..
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