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How to engineer EM circuits, Part 3: Understanding Numerical Integration

5/11/2012 03:59 PM EDT
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re: How to engineer EM circuits, Part 3: Understanding Numerical Integration
mike65535   5/21/2012 6:21:41 PM
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I did a mouseover (I'm using Chrome) and there appears to be a "smiley face" (unprintable character) at the end of the URL.

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mike65535   5/21/2012 6:20:49 PM
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Interesting, the link works from my comment but not from the article itself.

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mike65535   5/21/2012 6:18:35 PM
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The "SciTech's website" link above takes one to: http://www.scitechpub.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=611 which is broken.

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