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Date: Sun, 17 Nov 2002 15:58:42 +1100
From: Andrew Tweddle
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Subject: Re: RF amplifier
References: <4ccv9.1868$Mq.email@example.com> <3DBD78FA.31B571B4@execpc.com> <3DBEBD35.932FE913@NOSPAM.univ-lille1.fr>
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> George Steber a écrit :
> > Consider PUFF Computer Aided Software from Calif. Inst. Of Technology by Wedge,
> > Compton and Rutledge. It's for students and will handle the microwave circuit
> > you have in mind. They have a web site but I don't recall it off hand.
> > George
> > David Thomas wrote:
> > > my problem is that i have to design one. I need to know what practical
> > > application an amplifier of this range has, and then i can build my spec up
> > > from there. I am doing an rf module at uni but don't know where to start on
> > > designing it from scratch.
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