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Subject: Re: Transistors circuits by the thousands
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Date: Sat, 04 Jan 2003 23:36:58 GMT
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On Sat, 04 Jan 2003 14:47:15 GMT, email@example.com (J M Noeding)
>Perhaps the original poster just read the similar books to what we had
>at school in the late 70's were the author believed OC71 to be the
>most typical general purpose transistor and h21e=50 to be incredible
>high? Such authors were often much outdated and believed silicon
>transistors were terribly expensive - like BCZ12.....
I am perfectly aware that there are very high gain transistors out
there. But they typically cost a couple cent more than a "plain" one.
That could easily deprive my poor boss of a Mercedes or two :-)
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