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From: Dan Clingman
Subject: Re: hi-capacity voltage controlled capacitor?
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I have done it but it is in the patent disclosure process. All
electrical and can be fast( 10 usec)
> The truth is that I have built such a device but do not know if it is
> a useful invention.I see that there are no such devices present. Could
> anybody comment on its usage. The invented device varies between 2uF -
> 100nF and has bad linearity.
> wrote in message news:...
> > The only real way to do this is electronically simulating a capacitor.
> > A better question might be why do you need this?
> > > Dear All,
> > > I need a voltage controlled capacitor for the nF-uF range. I know the
> > > varactor diodes but they are in the pF range. Is there such a device
> > > present or am I dreaming?
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