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Subject: Re: Finding 0 voltage in analog signals

Date: 01/24/02 at 3:03 PM
Posted by: corry
E-mail: corry@unt.edu
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In Reply to: Re: Finding 0 voltage in analog signals posted by Russ Kincaid on 01/23/02 at 11:33 PM:

Well, that went above my head...I was good at digital logic, but we didn't get much into opamps/analog/interfacing. If my college offered an EE program I might have taken a double major, but the best the offer is engineering tech. I don't know how high that goes, but I guess for most of what I want to do I can figure it out myself, or turn to the community :) I think I know what you mean, and I will try an put it in multisim and see what happens, but please elaborate :)
Thanks
Corry


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