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TheMeasurementBlues
TheMeasurementBlues
7/23/2013 6:40:29 PM
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Re: Mr. Bypass Capacitor
This guy is a calibration standard.



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TheMeasurementBlues
TheMeasurementBlues
7/23/2013 6:38:13 PM
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Re: Mr. Bypass Capacitor
So I tried "shunt resistor" and at the very bottom is someone who reminds me of George C. Scott.



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Scott Elder
Scott Elder
7/23/2013 6:37:45 PM
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Bypass Caps
They're using capacitors during bypass surgery???  Wow.  Can someone share the link?

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Doug Grant
Doug Grant
7/23/2013 6:14:29 PM
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Re: Mr. Bypass Capacitor
Gee...from the title, I thought was going to be an announcement for a new award...you know, for "the most creative use of a bypass capacitor in an analog circuit" or some such. I was going to nominate Paul Brokaw, who wrote

"An IC Amplifier User's Guide to Decoupling, Grounding,
and Making Things Go Right for a Change"

But since it is not, I nominate any one of Jim William's hand-drawn ways to palce a bypass cap. There are several on the referenced page.

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eafpres1
eafpres1
7/23/2013 6:04:41 PM
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Re: Mr. Bypass Capacitor
Hi Brad--now that is an interesting psychological experiment.  When I scrolled through images from Martin's link, the one that caught my eye was the Saint Bernard and friend.  I wondered why it would show up under bypass capacitor, then noticed it was an image from this site.

Maybe that SEO stuff actually works!

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B_Albing
B_Albing
7/23/2013 5:47:17 PM
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Re: Mr. Bypass Capacitor
Well OK, but I don't need an EMC consultant. But anything that refers back to me, I'm in favor of.

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TheMeasurementBlues
TheMeasurementBlues
7/23/2013 5:45:12 PM
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Re: Mr. Bypass Capacitor
"High frequency measurements" will get you Doug Smith, and EMC consultant.

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B_Albing
B_Albing
7/23/2013 5:42:39 PM
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Re: Mr. Bypass Capacitor
And besides those handsome devils, there also a nice picture of Miss Tamara Schmitz and her favorite pooch (because she wrote some nice articles on bypass caps). And best of all, there are some dandy tube circuits shown.

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TheMeasurementBlues
TheMeasurementBlues
7/23/2013 5:01:31 PM
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Mr. Bypass Capacitor
We've all used bypass (decoupling) caps on our circuit boards to reduce EMI and improve signal integrity. Today, I was writing one such blog for DesignCon Community and I was looking for a figure to include. So, I Googled "Bypass capacitor. Follow this link and scroll down to find the two candidates for Mr. Bypass Capacitor.

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