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Daily Archives: 25-May-2012
I am currently in Bozeman, Montana, and I just took a tour of the "Museum of Modern Human Progress," formerly known as the American Computer Museum. I was with one of my sons, and the museum provided us a great … Continue reading
I do not have an immediate need for a circuit that generates an output voltage proportional to the square of the potentiometer setting, but this circuit was interesting enough that I thought I would document it here. I found it while looking for a logarithmic potentiometer circuit. Continue reading