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From: Mike Monett
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Subject: Re: Amplifying stage with *negative* Voltage gain??
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Date: Sun, 08 Dec 2002 15:02:06 -0800
NNTP-Posting-Date: Sun, 08 Dec 2002 15:02:09 EST
Organization: Bell Sympatico
Fred Bloggs wrote:
> 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.
Aw, Gee, Blogsy. You sound upset. That's the problem with using too many big
words. They can give you indigestion.
Why don't you post your SPICE model on your website so we can all see it. I'm
sure that would be entertaining. You do have a website, don't you? I'm sure
your resonance will show up very clearly.
On the other hand, maybe electronics is not your destiny. You need something
challenging and more in tune with your unique capabilities. Perhaps McDonalds
might have an opening more suited to a person of your calibre.
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