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References regarding RF, DC, AC ferromagnetic materials

Posted on Friday, June 7th, 2013 in documentation, site by the machinegeek

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Drone writes in suggesting this site with lots of info on RF, DC, AC ferromagnetic materials and applications. The company, RJ & US Imports, has stopped trading but keeps the reference info up as a service to others.

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  1. Andrei says:

    Excellent!This is really a treasure regarding RF materials and toroid information! Thank you very much for this!

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