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The Joy of Patenting, Part 2: Why Patent?
Last Message: 5/31/2016
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An AC Current Generator, Part 4
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Non-correlation of Peak Noise and Peak Current
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Circuitry: Heal Thyself!
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Are Millimeter Waves the Key to Easy Internet Access?
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Just Add A Transistor: Clipping Me Softly
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Not Quite Darwin’s Theory of Evolution
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Diff-Amp Uses a Resistor Network
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