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radio-frequency inductor


Plural:
radio-frequency inductors

Initial Reference:
Vocabulary of Post Office Engineering Stores (1956)

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Scope notes:
Component for inserting additional inductance into an electrical circuit - for example in spark supression filters.



 
 



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