[TCML] Sec design trade-offs and considerations
list at future-technologies.co.uk
Tue Nov 27 17:05:30 MST 2007
I suspected as much, though was unsure what was pauls motives behind what he
There probably is a frequency, though have no idea what it is, suspect in
the low MHz range somewhere. At least that is about the figure yellow rolled
caps have... I think..
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> Hi Chris,
> Every capacitive device has a small amount of inductance and resistance.
> Likewise, every inductive device has a small amount of capacitance and
> resistance. Therefore, every such component has a frequency at which its
> XL = -XC. If
> the resistance is negligible, the component will tend to oscillate at
> Hope this helps,
> Matt D.
> In a message dated 11/27/07 8:28:24 A.M. Eastern Standard Time,
> list at future-technologies.co.uk writes:
> Hi Paul,
> Not sure what you are getting at with self res freq ? I don't know what
> is and doubt I would be able to measure it. The caps are supposed to have
> zero L&R though think that's a bit of a lie in the datasheet as they must
> have *some*.
> They are all flat plate caps, over 200 of them in parallel. Any problems
> there would probably be self inflicted with all the wiring, though they
> fixed between 2 large sheets of copper sheet and all kept as physically
> close as possible. I can send you some images off list if needs be.
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