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These are stored on the N and V web site (asgreggttu wrote:Is there a way i can download the example spice circuits mentioned in the Dec issue??
are all files submitted with a published article).
Here's a link to the article's page.
From there you can dowload the zipped file.
When you unzip it you will have the three files
noted in the article (plus a few others, too).
Let us know here if this worked for you. The
website has been updated as part of an ongoing
effort by the folks at T&L. (And it's now a lot better!).
I hestitated to give you a 'road map'. I thinkgreggttu wrote:Thank you for the link. It worked out great!
How would I navigate there through the main page? Am I missing something?
other changes are likely, as the web site is made
better. (I don't have any inside info - just happy
to see tweaks everytime I visit).
In the original manuscript I put "download from
the N and V website (URL?)." Hoping the full path
would be added by someone.
For the electronic edition these become
hyperlinks, and its oh so easy to click them!
The electronic version of paper magazines are
the future. I'll probably have to install a terminal
in my 'library reading room'. (aka bathroom).
The more I browse this forum the more useful information I come across. Do you guys have any good ideas for any other online information archives. I hope to be enough self taught by the end of the summer that I can start doing a little freelance work and help out with my father in laws business. We have been piecing together a couple of prototypes for a wood moisture meter device that can be used in construction setting. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.
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