From: Jim Thompson
Subject: Re: how to master electronics, use of transistor, op amp...?
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Date: Sun, 03 Nov 2002 16:14:08 GMT
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On Sun, 03 Nov 2002 11:46:39 GMT,
In Newsgroup: sci.electronics.design,
Entitled: "Re: how to master electronics, use of transistor, op
Wrote the following:
|Kevin Aylward wrote:
|> And you done this all in your head? imo, one of you basic claims is
|> untrue. Either you done more detaild design then you claim, or your
|> product was not as good as claimed, excepting the case where the
|> competitors product was designed by a monkey.
|> Kevin Aylward
| You are forgetting that as I go along, the circuit is taking shape
|on the breadboard. The entire design with all it's intricacies does not
|have to be in "cache memory" all at once at any given time. You are not
|thinking this through much. The argument is worn out. With certain
|people, there will be no satisfying them, and I have better things to do
|than this endless, meaningless thread. I contributed to the original
|posting, which is all that I intended. To do otherwise is a waste of
Now that you've whetted our appetite with your "all-in-the-head"
creation, why don't you post a schematic as well as a description of
what function it's supposed to perform?
It'll make it much easier for us to tell you all the things you did
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