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Dennis Feucht
Content posted in September 2016
How Technology Is Lost: Stories from Ancient and Recent History
Dennis Feucht  
9/13/2016   19 comments
In our time of global interaction, could technology be lost by war or other social factors? Loss need not be caused by a social event but merely by environmental factors. A trend in information technology is toward increasing fragility.
Seemingly Simple Circuits: The TL431 Voltage Regulator, Part 3
Dennis Feucht  
9/2/2016   21 comments
Now we plunge deeper in, to look at closed-loop output resistance, derive some formulas, then calculate transconductance and output resistance from manufacturer part data.




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