re:Powdered Ferrite???

From: Lou (louis.vlemincq_at_belgacom-dot-be.no-spam.invalid)
Date: 12/01/04

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    Hi

    In principle, ferrite powder has to be sintered before it gets its
    final properties. For such an application requiring a low effective
    permeability, I think it would be acceptable to build your large rod
    out of small elements "I" shaped f.e. glued together.
    Lou

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