[time-nuts] SMD TADD-1 distribution amplifier
dgminala at mediacombb.net
Fri Dec 18 19:37:36 EST 2015
Amp (now Tyco) did introduce them. Called "Decoupled Connectors'' Info at
Tyco parts 413476-2 and 5413476-2 are available from Mouser, maybe Digikey
Chris Caudle wrote:
> On Fri, December 18, 2015 4:50 pm, Bruce Griffiths wrote:
>> On Friday, December 18, 2015 12:27:33 PM Charles Steinmetz wrote:
>>> It is perfectly possible to ground coax connector bodies at RF
>>> without grounding them at power-line frequencies
>> Something like an annular ring capacitor that insulates the BNC body
>> from the chassis whilst capacitively shorting it to the Chassis at
>> RF ??.
> Yes, exactly what I was referring to previously when I mentioned the
> telecom solution to this problem.
> I have an Amp connector in my parts bin with this style of
> connection, but it doesn't have a full part number printed so I can't
> find the drawing.
> I believe this Amp patent from 1990 may refer to the method of
> assembling such a connector:
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