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RF, meet Analog; and his friend Digital.

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RFguy2
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RFguy2   11/5/2012 5:05:30 PM
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Can someone answer if the RF is digital or analogue in the digital world?

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ReneCardenas   2/13/2012 10:35:00 PM
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hm, agree with you that the distant relative will eventually be acknowledge and use in more areas that already are. However, these distant relatives STILL NEED TO INTERACT WITH their Analog counterparts to do any common-good. ;-)

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_hm   1/22/2012 9:51:52 PM
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Soon they will discover their far cousine - Optics.

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agk   1/22/2012 8:19:37 AM
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D IN THE ABOVE PICTURE says that it will do every thing in software at 9nm. It is never possible. soft ware will work ONLY in a hard ware. AND HARDWARE CAN DO MANY THINGS by itself.

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GNelson782   1/22/2012 4:47:34 AM
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Thanks Doug, keep these stimulating anecdotes going!

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