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Improving Shielding Effectiveness of Flexible Coaxial Cables

Early flexible coaxial cables, circa World War II, typically consisted of a bare copper round wire inner conductor, solid or stranded, and a full density extruded polyethylene insulating dielectric making up the core. A copper round wire braid formed the outer conductor. The braid wires could be bare copper...
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