Re: Shootout of Substitute SG504 heads = a better head.

Craig Sawyers <c.sawyers@...>

Some might wonder why it would be worth concerning ourselves with differences that are less than
0.1dB. The answer is simple - because we can.
Dennis Tillman W7PF
I agree with the sentiment Dennis - I'm just as anal about measurement accuracy as most of us. But
in practical terms, 0.1dB (even as a delta) is (a) very hard to measure (b) you can easily see
differences of this order, and larger, by wobbling a BNC connection or inaccurately torqueing an
SMA, (c) is right on the hairy limit of insertion loss and VSWR for top flight SMA's and certainly on the hairy edge for BNC's and (d) is less than 0.1 division on an 8 division


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