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Terry Lingle
01/06/06 08:37
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Clearwater
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#106711 - yes
Responding to: Erik Malund's previous message
It did but it was a multiple choice test as well. The available answers should still lead to the correct answer (in a test the correct answer is the one that gets you a mark) for a properly designed input. At That time that and other poor depictions were used in various manufacturers data sheets to show a "typical part" But then they also had a picture of the silicon on the data sheet as well.
How that was useful in applying a part is beyond me.
Today they have recognised the need for more accurate modeling of the contact point circuitry and replaced it with sloppy information about how to make it work internally thus all the errata sheets we see.
Terry


List of 32 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
CET Exam Chaper 9 Questions        Charles Bannister      12/24/05 15:30      
   Answers      Steve M. Taylor      12/24/05 15:50      
      Answers provide later by myself.      Charles Bannister      12/24/05 16:02      
         See Q5      Steve M. Taylor      12/24/05 16:09      
         Vintage?????      Ian Bell      12/28/05 09:58      
            No signs of senility      Steve M. Taylor      12/28/05 10:38      
               Ah, well      Ian Bell      12/28/05 12:22      
                  An achievement      Steve M. Taylor      12/28/05 12:36      
   Q3      J. Guy      12/28/05 10:11      
      yes      Erik Malund      12/28/05 10:27      
      Depends      Ian Bell      12/28/05 12:26      
         If Q3 did not have a clear answer, neith      Erik Malund      12/28/05 12:32      
         What a messy circuit...      Kai Klaas      12/28/05 19:57      
            Tough      Steve M. Taylor      12/29/05 04:31      
            assume the stupidity of the test maker      Erik Malund      12/29/05 06:47      
               Changes nothing      Kai Klaas      12/29/05 09:07      
                  germanium diodes silicon transistors or      Erik Malund      12/29/05 09:26      
                     Nice link!      Kai Klaas      12/29/05 09:36      
                        I googled      Erik Malund      12/29/05 10:28      
            Germanium and Silicon      Ian Bell      12/29/05 14:47      
               in my first job the ICs were PCBs using      Erik Malund      12/29/05 15:00      
                  DTL      J. Guy      12/29/05 15:15      
                     Appeal ?      Steve M. Taylor      12/29/05 16:25      
               cet test      Terry Lingle      12/29/05 21:41      
               From a contemporary source...      Andy Neil      12/30/05 04:12      
                  Top Marks      Steve M. Taylor      12/30/05 06:28      
                     To Charles!      Andy Neil      12/30/05 06:31      
   ANSWERS      Charles Bannister      01/05/06 18:00      
      Conclusion      Kai Klaas      01/06/06 05:25      
         Germanium diodes are      Terry Lingle      01/06/06 06:43      
            silly concept      Erik Malund      01/06/06 07:12      
               yes      Terry Lingle      01/06/06 08:37      

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