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Analog Quizzes by Jim Williams Return to Test You

Steve Taranovich
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steve.taranovich
8/29/2016 6:13:59 PM
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Re: Real electronics
@danydan---did you get the link to work? Maybe pop-up are being blocked?

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MeasurementBlues
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8/29/2016 8:34:57 AM
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Re: Real electronics
danydan,

The link in the article worked for me, as did the links from that page to the quizzes.

I clicked on the link but the redirect does not work

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danydan
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8/29/2016 12:29:42 AM
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Re: Real electronics
I clicked on the link but the redirect does not work

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MeasurementBlues
MeasurementBlues
8/25/2016 6:03:21 PM
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Real electronics
I really had some fun writing these quizzes. Trust me, the answers in the original were far less obvious than the multiple-choise answers I had to conjure up.

Fortunately, the print issues I used to scan the schematics were loose. That is, they were not bound into books as they are in EDN's print collection, which was in the offices until the last one closed in 2015. Today, there are no more offices, but the print issues were rescued from the recycle bin and now have a safe, permanent home at a university. See the last page of The homes of EDN for the story.

Unfortunately, I can't put a link in this comment that takes you directly to The homes of EDN. You'll have to search for it.

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