Before throwing components at the problem, it might be a good idea to explain to us the source of the AC voltage , and the coupling mechanism. In an RF application one end of the coax is already at ground. What more do you need?I'm trying to block AC voltage from the shield on coaxial cable. I know that a capacitor will block DC on the center conductor but not AC. Any ideas?
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