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Dennis Feucht

Oscilloscope Trigger Generators: Precision Synchronizers

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7/21/2018 11:06:35 PM
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I would love to have an auto-triggering mode in real life. Who wouldn't right? To somehow always know when something sinister or curious is happening around you so that your carefully constructed system of life around you doesn't screw-up. Can somebody please try to invent something like that that can help people to be more aware of what is going on around them? We could all use a little bit more of that I reckon!

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