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From: Fred Bloggs
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Subject: Re: Amplifying stage with *negative* Voltage gain??
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Date: Sun, 08 Dec 2002 18:42:50 GMT
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Mike Monett wrote:
> As far as the rest of your comment, it sounds like the same technobabble
> you use in all your posts. A meaningless collection of words you do not
> understand, and no one else does either.
You're the last person to to say what I do or do not understand. You are
inexperienced, ignorant and unimaginative- in addition to being too dumb
to realize that a dog-simple linear model on SPICE has a 99% chance of
being as worthless as you are. It wouldn't take me 5 seconds to see the
problem in his setup- whereas you would go off on some wild goose chance
tangent and get nowhere. If you're too damned dumb to see that a 10:1
ratio in complex impedance accompanies the amplitude discrepancy and
fail to realize that he has a resonance problem, then just bug off-
you're a noise source.
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