Re: High frequency impedance of a neon sign transformer

Chip et al,
           I'm sorry about this....

> But V across a resistor is always in phase with the current through 
> the resistor, so V across the resistor is always directly proportional
> to the resistance. Hence circuit current is accurately determined and
> that, added vectorially with the voltage across the other circuit 
> component will give the impedance of that component.

Did I say that? I must be going senile. Z = V times I of course!!
> Malcolm