I remember hacking 6800 assembly code as a kid and tweaking R's and
C's in my ramp generator until I had spelled out my name on the scope
Somewhere on the world-wide-interweb is a 50's era article that shows
how to synthesize some very nicely rendered digits onto a X-Y display
using sine/cosine waves and harmonics.
Very nice... good use for that old Tek 2465B when you're not using it for Real
Work! (Granted, someone like Joerg might suggest that the ratio of how often
you use a 2465B to a digital 'scope tells you something about how good you are
at circuit troubleshooting... :-) )
Reply by BrunoG●November 2, 20072007-11-02
"DJ Delorie" <firstname.lastname@example.org> a �crit dans le message de news:
On Nov 2, 12:09 pm, "BrunoG" <nore...@micro-examples.com> wrote:
> "DJ Delorie" <d...@delorie.com> a =E9crit dans le message de news:
> > "BrunoG" <nore...@micro-examples.com> writes:
> > Your schematic has +5v connected directly to GND.
> > The project itself is cool, though.
> Well spotted !
> I should have named the topic "how to turn your expensive power supply in=
> Schematic has been corrected ;-)
> Thanks !
Reply by Deep Reset●November 2, 20072007-11-02
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