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Robert K
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Robert K   6/20/2013 12:41:10 PM
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Sorry about the confusion on grounds, the triangle connection is simply meant to indicate a common connection which will be incorporated into a plane, not a ground connection. I'll see what I can do about getting the reference designators straightened out.

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MeirG   6/8/2013 4:53:07 PM
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No correlation between reference designations of components in the text to those in Fig. 1, isn't it?

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Budm0   6/6/2013 10:09:29 PM
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Per second diagram, the ground symbol with "1" connected to J2 PIN1?

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Budm0   6/6/2013 10:04:21 PM
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Grounds as shown are not correct.

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