From: "Phil Allison"
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Subject: Re: Audio noise in diff amps
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Date: Thu, 19 Dec 2002 12:32:44 +1100
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"Don Pearce" wrote in message
> On Thu, 19 Dec 2002 09:37:08 +1100, "Phil Allison"
> >> You have a voltage across a resistor, but to calculate the power, you
> >> forget what value the resistor is, and simply choose a different value
> >> - presumably on a whim, or in this case on the basis of a number you
> >> found in a multimeter.
> > ** Huh - "power" was never in the game.
> I think this sums up all we need to know about you. This lie after you
** You are one ignorant sod Mr Pearce.
It is smug pommies like you that make us Aussies hate you all
> ** The noise from a 22 kohm resistor in the audio band is about
> 2.4 uV rms or -110 dbm.
> .............. Phil
> So have I got it right, Phil? Are you a liar, or simply too
> incompetent to know that -110 dBm is a power? I will let you choose.
** In the world of audio, Mr Pearce, "dBm" may or may not be true
power. It commonly refers to the reference level of 1mW at 600 ohms or
0.775 volts as was clearly the case here.
You really shouldn't let Usenet archive your posts - they will always
> come back and bite.
** It is your idiot posts that are biting you here Mr Pearce.
It is your pig arrogance that is your downfall.
It is, however, your pommy smugness that most unbearable.