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OldVermonter
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OldVermonter   4/28/2008 3:32:50 PM
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Hi all, There is a word doc available from Micrel's site. Look for App Note 56...

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jackrabbit0   4/21/2008 2:45:54 PM
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you may get a pdf version from Micrel's website. Try searching its application notes.

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Nick_2007   4/19/2008 4:15:52 PM
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Great article, but the artwork make it almost unreadable. This is a general problem with all your articales. To bad Thanks.

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vbiancomano   4/17/2008 9:46:33 PM
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I regret the problem. The resolution of fine-line graphs in particular will rarely be good enough for a small piece of art in our page/column format. The resolution should be higher when the reader ?clicks to enlarge,? however, and in that context we are working to improve the artwork in this piece (also note today?s corrections to the text and Fig. 5 of the original published article). Regards, Vincent Biancomano

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gautham   4/17/2008 9:29:10 AM
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Analogfreak, If you can spare 5 minutes, you could copy-paste the article onto word and paste the magnified pics and then print it out. I find these handy to file them away for reference as well.

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analogfreak   4/17/2008 7:11:46 AM
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Hi, The pictures are to small and unreadable. Also when one click on print aarticle it is still too small. WHY ? I would like to print this out and read while i am travelling, with this -pics, it is quite difficult. This is a general problem with these articles.

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