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Comment: TMR - Kevin Neilson - 10/18/2014
Comment: Hamming FSM - Kevin Neilson - 10/17/2014
Comment: GTKWave - Kevin Neilson - 9/10/2014
Comment: Verilog - Kevin Neilson - 8/19/2014
Comment: MIMO - Kevin Neilson - 8/5/2014
Comment: FFT - Kevin Neilson - 7/30/2014
Comment: Attenuation - Kevin Neilson - 7/30/2014
Comment: Re: ISM band - Kevin Neilson - 7/28/2014
Comment: 90% - Kevin Neilson - 7/12/2014
Comment: Octave is Great - anon8464524 - 6/21/2014
Comment: Re: Undergrad? - anon8464524 - 6/10/2014
Comment: Re: Undergrad? - anon8464524 - 6/9/2014
Comment: Undergrad? - anon8464524 - 6/9/2014
Comment: Applesoft - anon8464524 - 5/8/2014
Comment: Recommended - anon8464524 - 4/18/2014
Comment: Re: Tuition - anon8464524 - 2/25/2014
Comment: Tuition - anon8464524 - 2/25/2014
Comment: Re: Dubious Source - Kevin N - 7/11/2013
Comment: Genesis - Kevin N - 7/11/2013
Comment: re: Code: The good and the ugly - 6/20/2013
Comment: re: MEMS and Concussions - 2/13/2013
Comment: re: Telecom's messiest wiring? - 12/11/2012
Comment: re: Heartbeat to power pacemakers - 11/25/2012


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