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Understanding the IP3 specification and linearity, Part 1

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dick_freebird
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dick_freebird   3/11/2013 4:01:31 PM
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This is a common complaint, I end up having to copy & past bit by bit into Word to have anything readable. Seems like simple editorial laziness.

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dnh   11/27/2012 6:54:33 PM
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This looks like something worth reading, but unfortunately is presented very badly. I printed out the "print" version, but the text in the equations is too small to read. Separating the equations from the text still makes it very cumbersome to read. I am not willing to make such an effort if the author is not willing to make himself clear. Please re-format and re-post.

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apummer945   7/26/2012 5:53:09 PM
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it is a good article , but it would be even usable, if the equations would be with the text in one pdf file.

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