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Chris Jones - 2013-05-18 15:38:00
Does anyone know where to get that plastic sheet lining that is used
inside the metal case of electronic fluorescent ballasts to wrap around
the PCB where they would otherwise not meet the creepag...
Tom Del Rosso - 2013-05-18 15:14:00
When an inductor is printed on a PCB in the shape of a 'square wave' or
square zigzag, each time it zags the trace doubles back on itself. Doesn't
this cancel the magnetic field to an extent? ...
Jim Thompson - 2013-05-18 14:36:00
I'm fighting the school system with, now, the 5th granddaughter, 6th
Last week they were peddling how to cut corners out of a piece of
cardboard to form a box with the maximum volume, with...
Joerg - 2013-05-18 14:32:00
This week I'll have to do a ton of PrintScreen copies because the
software I am using doesn't have much in terms of graphical storage
functions. So far the drill is:
Jim Thompson - 2013-05-18 12:43:00
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Everyone should Tweet Marco Rubio and ask him wha...
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petrus bitbyter - 2013-05-18 12:18:00
So I'm looking for a joystick meant to be used by disabled persons who has
hardly any power left in their fingers. I googled of course and found
numerous sticks but no joy :) Anyone has a link or ...
Surprisingly, LTC makes an LM317
But LT Spice doesn't seem to have a model.
Does anybody have a working LT Spice sim that includes an LM317?
Does anybody have an LT Spice example that models the C-V dependence of a
ceramic cap? I was thinking about the parametric frequency divider that I did
with a diode, and it occurs to me that a cap...
I bought a lifetime supply of 15 nF feedthrough caps from Lithuania, for
about 6 cents each. Then recently I bought another lifetime's supply,
just in case. ;) http://tinyurl.com/cc7yvo8