litz wire

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litz wire

[′lits ‚wīr]
(electricity)
Wire consisting of a number of separately insulated strands woven together so each strand successively takes up all possible positions in the cross section of the entire conductor, to reduce skin effect and thereby reduce radio-frequency resistance. Derived from litzendraht wire.
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