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common emitter configuration- voltage divider biasing.

Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by Jenny, Jul 26, 2004.

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  1. Joe

    Joe Guest

    Thanks Robert,

    I have seen that book in the local bookstore. I can probly read the
    appropriate chapters right there, since my local library does not carry much
    in the way of electronics books.

    Joe
     
  2. Okay, that's probably right, then. So, you still cannot read the ASCII
    schematics? Frankly, I'm worried that what you are reading as "default font"
    isn't what is being used to display the text. But I suppose you know what you
    are doing.

    If you are willing to go to some lengths, just to check it, highlight and copy
    the text you are reading and then paste it into NOTEPAD. Save as text file.
    Drop into DOS box, type it onto the screen. That'll make sure. (Or, you could
    simply make sure that NOTEPAD is using a non-truetype system font or else
    Courier New.)

    The reason I say all this is that *I* have a great deal of difficulty with them
    when the font is a proportional spaced font -- often, they are simply illegible.
    Sometimes, just 'poorly formed' but 'readable, with some pain.' But if the font
    is fixed-spacing, it should look readable. Of course, I'm assuming you know
    that -/\/- is a resistor and --||-- is a capacitor, etc.

    Jon
     
  3. Joe

    Joe Guest

    Thanks Jon,

    No I am not familiar with what the symbols are in an ascii schematic. I
    guess that's part of the problem. I'll google on ascii schematic and see if
    I can find out.

    Joe
     
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