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Old 21st December 2008, 08:31 AM   #1
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zox2003 - seems like you've stolen this idea

not really nice of you m8...
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I want that all knew, the author of this PCB - witaly
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Hi people,

Not knowing anything of the original design, the IR application design, both of these may come from the same layout. It's possible the changes were suggested in the text as well.

This would be "prior art" and also "prior artwork"!

So before everyone starts finger pointing and squawking, why not examine the original artwork and circuit? From there we can get a pretty good idea who did what.

So people, let's see the progression from IR's artwork before any more talk on who did what first.


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zox2003 - seems like you've stolen this idea

not really nice of you m8...

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Infringement of copyrights is a crime. In ancient Rome for it a hand cut off...
It is only infringement if he tries to sell boards without the original artwork creator permission.

If you are using someone elses work, either whole or as a starting point it is common courtesy to aknowledge that.

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Not knowing anything of the original design, the IR application design, both of these may come from the same layout.
Except for similarities based on the common functionality, these boards don't look the same to me. Attached is a side by side, artwork scaled based on the common chip.

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Hi Dave,
I have to agree with you.

Witali, what made you claim it was your design that was presented here? That isn't very nice either!

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You always learn that that you did? I always learn. It is not a pity to me, let do, use on the discretion, but specify that whose idea it is used, it is impossible to speak "I long did"...
zox2003 has not understood that it UcD technology, not IR...

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