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Lead-Lag Pole-Zero Frequency Compensators, Part 1: Passive Compensators
5/1/2017

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davidusa
davidusa
5/3/2017 11:32:40 AM
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 never seen a very unique and interesting writing like this post, very well and good job.
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Bricex
Bricex
5/2/2017 6:11:29 AM
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Interesting discovery, this is what interests me so much about technology, in others it is one of my areas

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