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From: Mike Monett
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Subject: Re: Prof Searle's 100MHz 30dB 1968-era 3-trannie amplifier
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Date: Mon, 20 Jan 2003 22:42:28 -0500
NNTP-Posting-Date: Mon, 20 Jan 2003 22:41:52 EST
Organization: Bell Sympatico
Winfield Hill wrote:
> Mike Monett wrote...
> > Yes, the MMBR941 is my favorite part...
> I was able to get a Motorola datasheet from freetradezone, but
> none of the five different Motorola databooks I looked in had it.
> (Perhaps I'd better look again.) In what year's databook did you
> find the datasheet, and when did you first buy your parts?
The earliest file date I have on a cad file for a system that used
them is Oct 31, 1990. The datasheet was in a series of Motorola
databooks that were probably distributed one or two years earlier.
> > ... although my stock is being depleted and I will have to hunt
> > for the Philips or MaCom versions soon.
> It seems there are better parts these days.
> - Win
Sure, there are many to choose from now. I like the MMBR941 for
general-purpose use up to about 1GHz. They are a 2N2222 with wings:)
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