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Old 12th September 2004, 08:54 PM   #11
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Default Keep goin :)

Thanx guys!
This info is really interesting to me, especially that part about a discrete solution...
Been studying that - but it seems that u have to match most of the transistors quite good - to get good values in output offset and noise, right or wrong? Otherwise I feel that a discrete solutions very often is much better than a ic-one.

But keep goin...would appreciate more opinions..


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Old 13th September 2004, 05:00 AM   #12
Electrons are yellow and more is better!
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You don't have to match anything if you are going to use this buffer with feedback.
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Old 13th September 2004, 06:36 AM   #13
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To peranders : Is this suculent Lithops pseudotruncatella var. pulmonuncula or Lithops schwantesii var. kuibisensis ? I know, why you like it - me too something on this plant remind pleasant part of woman's body .
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I have 16 different species in the flower pot and a list over the seeds I bought... but where is the list nowadays?

Anyway these south african plants are really cool and perfect for those who can't keep a cactus alive due to lack of water.

At the moment I have 33 different Lithops (living stones) and it will probably be more.

Seeds can be bought in the greatest nation of all.

http://www.mesagarden.com

http://www.succseed.com/ in Sweden.
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These days are great feast for you - Lithops are in blossom . Can you send me photo of nicer ones ?
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If you want admire some Lithops pictures, check out this german gentleman, Achim Hecktheuer. He is something else! You can also buy his whole web site on a CD for a rather cheap price.

www.mesembs.com

Please excuse us for sliding off topic. Please continue with the buffer issue.
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