From: Steve Rogers (SRogers@micromill.com)
Date: Mon Mar 19 2001 - 05:28:12 PST
I have seen the Boonton 34A resonant line cited in many documents as the
measurement device for Q factor of inductors and Capacitors. Some questions.
1. Would anyone have any documentation on this equipment that could be
copied to me?
2. Would anyone care to comment on the operation of this device.... How it
works, Application frequencies, accuracy etc
3. Does anyone else make a resonant line? If so who (so I can beg for free
I believe the line can be used to find Q by detecting the resonant frequency
and bandwidth of resonance with and without the inductor/capacitor to be
tested shunted across the line? Anyone care to comment?
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