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  1. http://www.sawtech.com.cn/showpic.asp?p_id=32&path=&pname=%E6%97%A0%E7%BB%B3%E7%94%B5%E8%AF%9D%E7%94%A8%E5%A3%B0%E8%A1%A8%E9%9D%A2%E6%B3%A2%E5%8F%8C%E5%8D%95%E5%B7%A5%E5%99%A8 http://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=zh-CN&u=http://www.sawtech.com.cn/showpic.asp%3Fp_id%3D32%26path%3D%26pname%3D%25E6%2597%25A0%25E7%25BB%25B3%25E7%2594%25B5%25E8%25AF%259D%25E7%2594%25A8%25E5%25A3%25B0%25E8%25A1%25A8%25E9%259D%25A2%25E6%25B3%25A2%25E5%258F%258C%25E5%258D%2595%25E5%25B7%25A5%25E5%2599%25A8&ei=vlC4SvvyGoWEswPTg4wV&sa=X&oi=translate&resnum=1&ct=result&prev=/search%3Fq%3D%2522F45/48A%2522%26hl%3Den%26ie%3DUTF-8 F45/48A Cordless phones SAW Duplexer Type ------------------------------- F45/48A Center Frequency (MHz) ------------- 45.25/48.25 Out-of-Band Rejection (DB) --------- ≥ 37 REPLACEion Loss --------------------- ≤ 5 Passband Ripple (DB) --------------- ≤ 2 Temperature Coefficient ppm/℃ ------ -72 1dB Bandwidth (MHz) ---------------- ≥ 0.5 Package ---------------------------- SA01
  2. You could install a preamp on the input. Like they had on the old Record players
  3. If you want help you have to give more information Make Model etc
  4. A search on Google has almost no results, Just tells you what it is and what it does. Perichrom PR-2100 http://www.instrument-solutions.com/perichrom/pdf/pr2100.pdf http://www.dizgeanalitik.com/PERICHROM_bio.pdf
  5. I found only this on a search http://www.ebonne.com/sm/PS3-service-manual.pdf
  6. You could just buy a karaoke and use the circuit in it.
  7. Here is the LM86 Datasheet http://download.siliconexpert.com/pdfs/source/qd/nat/lm86.pdf
  8. Now I know why you are the way you are. They call it Wisdom. Do you know the difference between Knowledge and Wisdom? Knowledge is knowing what to do. You learn from school and books and you have Knowledge. Wisdom is knowing what not to do with the Knowledge. You learn (from the school of hard knocks) that certain things you are taught in school do not apply in real life. Therefore you have Wisdom.
  9. Haven't found DTVS888 But here is ks9284 datasheet
  10. How about this one? http://www.uoguelph.ca/~antoon/circ/ps3010/ps3010a.html
  11. I have a Kenwood that is 18 watts per chanel and it works great. The added benifit is I can still hear
  12. Here is one I found on a web search
  13. Do you have the security code? Won't work without it. Just read SMD eeprom , and you have code in 5 min You have to have the tool to read it. Try 8536
  14. Have you ever seen low voltage lighting in someones yard? They run over 100 feet and they do not use regulators at each junction. They use a large wire. You could ground the negitive to the tower and run one wire up to the lights. Voltage Drop Calculator http://www.powerstream.com/Wire_Size.htm http://www.csgnetwork.com/voltagedropcalc.html LED info http://www.quickar.com/ledbasics.htm
  15. Last one. You must download all 11 files then open from number 1.
  16. 3 and 2 Rar file containing a Large PDF
  17. 5 and 4 Rar file containing a Large PDF
  18. 7 and 6 Rar file containing a Large PDF
  19. 9 and 8 Rar file containing a Large PDF
  20. Here you go There are 11 parts total. Parts 11 and 10. You must download all parts before you open the file.
  21. Thbis is a Diagram with a Transistor as an amplifier.
  22. BBC Micro User parallel Port pinout Search Results http://64.233.167.104/search?q=cache:6oS1QMzr0EMJ:gja.space4me.com/things/Recovering_My_BBC_Micro.html+BBC+Micro+User+parallel+Port+pinout&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=5&gl=us&ie=UTF-8 Pin Pin (9 P) (25 P) PC BBC Pin ----- ------ -- --- --- 5 7 0V (Ground) Gnd (Ground) 1 2 3 RxD (Data in) -------------- TD (Data out) 2 3 2 TxD (Data out) -------------- RD (Data in) 3 1 8 DCD ---+---------- RTS 5 6 6 DSR ---+ 4 20 DTR -------------- CTS 4 7 4 RTS ---+ 8 5 CTS ---+ (The +'s mean that locally on the PC DSR has to be connected to DCD and that RTS has to be connected to CTS.) Pin numbering ------------- PC: BBC: 9-pin D-type or: 25-pin D-type 5-pin Domino DIN-plug (male) _____________ ______________ _____ \ 1 2 3 4 5 / \ 1 2 . . . . . 13 / / \ \ 6 7 8 9 / \ 14 15 . . . 25 / / 5 3 \ --------- ------------------- | 1 | \ 4 2 / \ / ----- The views of these figures are all from the outside (the backs of the computers) into the sockets, i.e. they show the wiring sides of the plugs. Here is another one http://www.rtrussell.e7even.com/products/bbcwin/manual/bbcwinf.html BBC Micro PC DIN Plug D25 Socket D9 Socket pin A <
  23. I found this http://www.web-ee.com/Electronic-Projects/projects/digital_echo/index.htm http://documentation.renesas.com/eng/products/assp/rej03f0170_m65845afpds.pdf http://documentation.renesas.com/eng/products/assp/rej03f0085_m65856sp.pdf
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