Re: Metal oxide film resistors for dummy load?

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From: John F. Woods (jfw@ksr.com)
Date: Fri May 06 1994 - 09:57:42 EDT


> I noticed that Digikey has metal oxide film power resistors. The description
> says, "non-inductive design", but there is no note on inductance beyond that.
> The price is right. The resistors are $.47 each for the 3W size. They seem
> ideal for QRP dummy loads.

I think Zack Lau recently mentioned on sci.electronics that they're good to
about 200MHz; they *are* ideal for HF QRP dummy loads, and *much* cheaper
than equivalent power carbon composition resistors.


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