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Mraymond23
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Mraymond23   2/4/2009 8:10:17 PM
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Nice work. Good basics in an easy to understand writeup.

Eztrada
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Eztrada   2/4/2009 5:50:55 PM
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This was a great little piece of really useful information, in an easy going format. Congratulations

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hightime.jack   2/3/2009 9:08:40 AM
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Good idea! the focus how to solve the interference among WiFi, Wimax and Bluetooth.

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Yongkong   2/3/2009 9:02:23 AM
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As I know, almost adjustable capacitors' parasitic loss is so big enough to decrease the resonance networks Q factor. In the graph of the final Q curves show that it has not so big loss. I am wonder how did you realize the high-Q variable capacitor block. I am sure we can not get this sing normal varistor.

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Victor Ma   2/3/2009 7:17:52 AM
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Excellent idea.

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