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Simulate Circuits in a Spreadsheet with some ‘Ladderal Thinking’
5/18/2019

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Amplitude response of figure 1's filter, calculated by Excel.

Amplitude response of figure 1’s filter, calculated by Excel.

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WO1N
WO1N
5/22/2019 11:35:54 AM
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Great post
Wednesday is turning into my favorite day of the week. Grab a cup of coffee and read your latest post. Outstanding stuff...

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