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Dennis Feucht

2-Port Analyzers on a Chip? Part 1: What Are TPAs?

Dennis Feucht
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6/9/2014 8:13:28 PM
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Cost Issue for BOM
Building genetic oscilloscope for plotting input data (voltage vs. current) would not be a major concern. Most likely, design might consider the total design cost based on BOM. The appropriate component should be selected by designer. Hence, if engineer looks the diagram, they might check BOM list.

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