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  • Tin Vs. Bare
    cable. Moreover, the oxidation affects not only the surface of the bundle, but the continuity between strands within the bundle. Over a period of 12 to 13 years we have seen more, bare copper patch cable fail insertion loss than tinned cable. Why is this? Let's talk about the assemblies
  • Conductor Materials
    range of conductive materials including bare, tinned, nickel and silver plated copper, alloy, pure nickel or silver, various stainless steels, Monel (R) and bronze as well as textiles (nylon, cotton, fiberglass, Aramid, Polyester) and monofilament.

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