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Old Today, 09:44 PM   #1511
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You would all be well served by putting forr on ignore for awhile and this thread would wind down to a deserved end.
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now works only with values of resistors confined to a rather narrow range, I have not read that anywhere before and it's a proof that the concept is weak.

You seriously have not read that before? Then you have not read most of this discussion with any comprehension
I've even simulated that. It depends of what it is meant by rather narrow range.

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What I wanted to express is that with Rf and Rg both installed, both within a range that makes sense,
somewhat larger than confined.

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You would all be well served by putting forr on ignore for awhile and this thread would wind down to a deserved end.
Thank you, Scott, but before the thread ends, it would be interesting to see your own interpretation to justify the naming of current feedback.
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Thank you, Scott, but before the thread ends, it would be interesting to see your own interpretation to justify the naming of current feedback.
Would it matter, I don't think so. So why bother.
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Would it matter, I don't think so. So why bother.
That's the aim of the thread.
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You would all be well served by putting forr on ignore for awhile and this thread would wind down to a deserved end.
Probably the best advice Iíve heard today.
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