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Pease opines on the '797 "part"
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Old 2nd March 2010, 05:46 PM   #1
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Pease opines on the '797 "part"
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the Bob Pease show -- instead of SNR he discusses NSR:

YouTube - Low-Noise Amplifier Design and Analysis

and you'll like the apparently Canadian engineer from National Instruments. Wonder who she was rooting for!
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There's a whole lot of plugging going on there... and not just from the PCB!
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