Definitions for "Skin Effect"
In the case of high frequency signals, electrons are only conducted on the outer surface, or skin, of a conductor. This phenomenon is known as the skin effect.
the tendency of high-frequency alternating current to distribute near the surface of a conductor
A consequence of high frequencies, creating an increase in a conductor's effective AC resistance.
An occurence where as electricity migrates to the medium's skin, resistance increases because less of the wire is used.
The behavior whereby electricity migrates to the outside wall of a wire.
Keywords:  teaser, strip, reaction, produced
Reaction produced by a strip teaser.
Keywords:  skip, skirt, sampling, back
Skip Back Sampling Skirt