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I woulk like to know why the shield in the sugnal cables should be grounded only at one end?
This is exactly what I was talking about when I said that grounding both ends can turn the shielded cable into a "noise antena". I've always had a hard time explaining shielding, so I think in the future I'll borrow from your more technically specific description, Brandon.Originally posted by Brandon@May 9 2005, 07:54 AM
Now you have a signal wire with another wire wrapping around it that is carrying current and making its own magfield at the same time.
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