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dyos_60
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re: Charge-Pump Phase-Locked Loop—A Tutorial—Part II
dyos_60   4/4/2012 8:24:23 AM
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Hi Jeff May I have a copy too? Tx Pramod

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re: Charge-Pump Phase-Locked Loop—A Tutorial—Part II
SYakov   3/15/2012 12:46:26 AM
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Hi Jeff, Could you please send me a copy of the original article. Thanks in advance. Sergei.

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re: Charge-Pump Phase-Locked Loop—A Tutorial—Part II
ptvn   8/15/2011 8:32:29 PM
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The article has some transcribing errors that the editor still needs to fix. I can send you a copy of the original article if you like. Jeff Pattavina

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re: Charge-Pump Phase-Locked Loop—A Tutorial—Part II
ptvn   8/15/2011 8:31:42 PM
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The article has some transcribing errors that the editor still needs to fix. I can send you a copy of the original article if you like. Jeff Pattavina

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re: Charge-Pump Phase-Locked Loop—A Tutorial—Part II
goranisaev   8/4/2011 10:26:44 AM
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Here is a simple way to save a copy of this article: 1. Mark the text of page 1 of the article and copy it. 2.Paste it in an empty .doc file. 3.Mark, copy and paste page 2 and 3. 4. Save the full document to HDD.

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re: Charge-Pump Phase-Locked Loop—A Tutorial—Part II
WKetel   7/31/2011 12:07:24 AM
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Unfortunately it is difficult to save a copy of this to my HDD.

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re: Charge-Pump Phase-Locked Loop—A Tutorial—Part II
ARNAV   7/23/2011 9:27:11 AM
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Very helpfull



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