From: "Matt Foster"
Subject: Re: RS232 newbie - in need of assistance!
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Date: Fri, 03 Jan 2003 12:24:12 GMT
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I wrote that on a whim last night, I definately don't want someone to send
me a packaged working circuit, as I want to get some satisfaction (and
credibility) out of this!
What I guess I meant was, I can't get my head around people writing down the
different things - I need some pictorial representation (perhaps a schematic
or circuit diagram) that will enable me to follow each step through.
Thanks for the offer - maybe you can help out? I'll add that newsgroup that
you mentioned to my Outlook Express.
"John Fields" wrote in message
> On Thu, 02 Jan 2003 22:44:26 GMT, "Matt Foster"
> >I'm getting confused, and I think it's time to point out I'm not studying
> >electronics (you probably guessed) but instead Maths, Physics and
> >(german too but that's irrelevant). I did electronics to GCSE so know the
> >How much will I have to pay one of you guys to design me this circuit?
> Hmm... looks like I already volunteered to design it for free, but
> if you want it built and tested, well...
> John Fields
> Professional circuit designer
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