Subject: Re: Pet Locator Design Help Needed
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Date: Sat, 11 Jan 2003 21:36:16 GMT
On Sun, 12 Jan 2003 09:59:50 +1300, Barry Lennox
>On Sat, 11 Jan 2003 16:24:30 GMT, WildOne wrote:
>I see I bought my copy from Barnes and Noble for $55.
Thanks again, I'll call around today, did not think they might carry
something like that and I work in the Bay Area so I was planning a run
to this killer electronics book store anyway, can't remember the name
of it it's on Market and I remember where it is.
>Well, I found them quite quickly. The SA article was the "Amateur
>Scientist" column in March 1968, it uses transistors which are no
>longer available, (ever heard of a FK913?) but there's many suitable
I think my dad has every edition he ever got, rummage though his
>The other article is an extract from the "Mammal Review" Vol 8 Number
>4 of Dec 1978. A university library should be
>able to get a copy.
This sounds perfect, might be hard to track down.
Again, I appreciate the help, I figured this should be able to be
done, it's likely the lack of domestic pet application as to why there
are no off the shelf products. I guess that is the DIY advantage...