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Old 13th August 2009, 06:55 PM   #1
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If somebody wants to follow my design process, I publish it there: http://wavebourn.com/forum/viewtopic...&t=1073&hilit=

However, all descriptions are Russian.
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Super. I'll get out my dictionary and get practicin'.

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Super. I'll get out my dictionary and get practicin'.

...to read pictures and schematics?
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Try babelfish... very er.. quaint, yeah, quaint... but readable

I think the narrative is important

"Nourishment will be given through the ceramic feedthrough capacitors"

I guess babelfish chose "nourishment" instead of "supply"
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Nelson Pass yesterday boasted that he had already begun to circulate amplifiers with output transistors based on silicon carbide. He writes that the linearity of ten times better than in the application of powerful silicon polevikov. The truth is for every piece of this transistor he had to pay 60 bucks, which he included in the cost of the amplifier.
Unfortunately, I have no customers willing to pay for this, because I continue to follow its course. These SiC transistors will come in my hands sooner or later.

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Try to translate twice, it will be more funny to read.

No man is an island
In general, for themselves.
Each is part of the continent,
A portion of the capital.
In the case of the lump sum will be washed into the sea;
Europe is smaller.
Just as if the Cape had.
Just as the type
Or your friend.
Everyone takes me to death,
Since I am interested in humanity.
Thus, to not know
For whom the bell tolls
E-tolling for you.
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That's quite brilliant
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If somebody wants to follow my design process, I publish it there: http://wavebourn.com/forum/viewtopic...&t=1073&hilit=

However, all descriptions are Russian.

Anatoliy, you have EXACTLY the same drill press as I do. What do you know, 6000 miles apart. I got them at a local Dutch shop...
Sorry for OT

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Anatoliy, you have EXACTLY the same drill press as I do. What do you know, 6000 miles apart. I got them at a local Dutch shop...
Sorry for OT

Yours should be cheaper: it is close from China, moving expenses should be less!
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That's quite brilliant
What do you mean: John Donne's double translation by google, or my amp?
If my amp, no brilliants yet: Diamond transistors will be in the next major version, after I try silicon carbide ones.
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