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planetogoola
planetogoola
2/5/2019 12:54:53 AM
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Re: Requesting higher Resolution Image
intresting research, i'll follow

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dgminala
dgminala
1/12/2019 6:36:48 PM
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Re: Requesting higher Resolution Image
Yes!  Much better image.  Thanks for your attention to this.

Thinking about a close version of this circuit to control an oven enclosure for a voltage reference.  

David

 

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steve.taranovich
steve.taranovich
1/12/2019 6:05:42 PM
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Re: Requesting higher Resolution Image
Hi David,

I have added a better image just received from Vishay

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steve.taranovich
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12/15/2018 4:10:14 PM
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Re: Requesting higher Resolution Image
Hi David,

I will get a larger image for this blog---sorry---you are correct

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dgminala
dgminala
12/15/2018 12:07:45 PM
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Yes, I saw the "Click to enlarge" link, but even the larger image is low resolution.  Most of the Spice text and many component values are pretty bad.  Hoping the author will see this request and post or email a better image.

 

Thanks,

David

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mikeroch
mikeroch
12/15/2018 12:05:14 PM
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Re: sony ten 3 Yes!
It's of course a good search, I agree.

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steve.taranovich
steve.taranovich
12/15/2018 10:32:08 AM
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Re: Requesting higher Resolution Image
Hi David,

Look just below the image of Figure 2 and you will see 'Click to enlarge'

 

It's kind of inconspicuos---sorry

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dgminala
dgminala
12/14/2018 7:54:40 PM
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Requesting higher Resolution Image
Is it possible to post or email a higher resolution copy of Figure 2 of this article?  Most text is nearly impossible to read.

Thanks!

David

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Modulablecasque
Modulablecasque
3/6/2017 7:10:57 AM
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Yes!
Good result of search, i followthis

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