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Re: Conductive Foam, was Re: How far should one separate a LNA and its associated down converter, and Why?

Well, something had to give. I have plenty of other piles. :-)

The latest one that gets strange looks from the XYL is the collection of
canisters, mixing bowls and small pots accumulating in the shack. Every
time she drags me into one of these discount home products stores (in
New England, "Home Goods" and "TJ MAxx"), I kill time going though the
kitchen-ware section, looking for potential helix and patch feed cups.

Looks like Active Electronics nearby (Woburn, MA) may carry the black
ESD foam, btw.


> What?! A ham throws something out???  Really hard to believe ,Bill:)
> still have the first CK722 Transistor that I bought and that was when
> first came out at about $15.00 a pop!! That should tell you something
> about my age:) My XYL gave up on me years ago and just lets me keep
> stuff.
> 73...Jim...W5VZF.

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