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Aubrey Kagan

Planet Analog Spotlight on Aubrey Kagan, EE, author, designer, consultant

Aubrey Kagan
albertputnam
albertputnam
11/30/2018 11:01:32 AM
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Hello - Preserving Databooks
Hello,

Forgive the out of the blue.

I am looking at half a warehouse bay of databooks. National, AD, Motorola, etc.

Cimetrics has gotten good use of them over 25 years. Especially with microcontrollers and RS485 communications. But the time has come for them.

I saw your article on Preserving Databooks from a few years back.

Would like to provide you with a 128G USB3 stick and get a copy of your archive.

And then send most of our warehouse to paper recycling.

You can email to contact me via standard support channels at Cimetrics and someone should get it to me. But I am also putnam at cimetrics dot com.

I am also seeing many interesting topics on your Planet Analog blog posts. And I sense an Excel to embedded connection in your path *grin*.

We are very interested in power and communications isolation... our latest has been with low cost DCDC converters powering fault tolerant transcievers like the Exar XR33052. And it goes on from there....

Be happy to trade ideas.

Cheers, Albert

 

 

 

 

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steve.taranovich
steve.taranovich
11/1/2018 11:41:05 AM
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Re: Links-my regrets
Hi Aubrey,

I am happy to see you blogging on Planet Analog again ----we are again having blog comment difficulties from time-to-time but Aspencore is systematically re-doing most all of the websites for a better reader and contributor experience---stay tuned

I know about allergies---I am allergic to almost everything on Earth----including antihistimines!!!!!

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steve.taranovich
steve.taranovich
11/1/2018 11:32:53 AM
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Re: Links-my regrets
Hi Aubrey---Sorry about the lack of notification of these blogs---I will have IT set a priority to fix this

Best regards,

Steve T

Editor-in-chief

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AubreyKagan
AubreyKagan
11/1/2018 9:21:21 AM
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Re: Links-my regrets
Michael

Thanks for the kind words- as for the hair, it is nothing compared to times past. Take a look at the "then" photo here

How It Was: Medicine and Sinusitis

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michaelmaloney
michaelmaloney
10/31/2018 11:16:35 PM
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Re: Links-my regrets
It's really great to read more about your background! I think that it's always important to have a look back and remember the different experiences in life that has made us the expert, or the aspiring-experts that we are today! Hold on to these memories and that great head of hair man! Thanks for sharing your story with all of us here!

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antedeluvian
antedeluvian
3/15/2017 8:56:14 PM
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Re: Links-my regrets
As mentioned before these links have changed

Excel Related Publications

 EETimes blogs, Design Ideas and Incidentals

 I will work my way through my other blogs now and update the links as I find them.

 

 

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antedeluvian
antedeluvian
12/16/2016 10:51:07 AM
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Links-my regrets
I have just received notification from Dropbox (as have many others) that Dropbox are discontinuing the "Public" folder technique which is the approach I have taken for all of my files that I distribute. I must have hundreds of references across Aspencore's forums, not to mention elsewhere on the web. They are all going to be BROKEN from March 15 2017.

My apologies, although it is really not my fault. I have no real idea where to start and the corrections will probably have to be in the comments and not to the blog links themselves, so please post the request as and where you find them. I will try my best to respond, although right now ongoing changes to this and other Aspencore websites are not being communicated to the blog poster.

At worst contact me at akagan at sympatico dot ca

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