>Rich replied to me directly with more of the same, and appended this
>question to the end. I have seen the original quote he took this from. I
>dont believe he has the guts to give an accurate copy of the original
>reference, in toto.
// Please post it here.
>Yes- I believe AC circuit analysis works when properly applied to ANY
>circuit with alternating currents flowing in it.
// Mr. Rauch apparently does not agree. [Grate Debate archive >22 Nov.,
> Note- there is a LOT
>implied in the word "properly". Additionally, I said I believe it works-
>not that I could do it. (Hint).
// It's not as difficult as it may look, Bill. Since L and R are in
parallel, it's easier for me to work as a conductance problem.
>At 05:04 PM 9/28/01 -0700, you wrote:
>>// Bill -- Do you believe that AC Circuit Analysis does not work with
>>L/R parasitic suppressors?
>>- R. L. Measures, 805.386.3734, AG6K, www.vcnet.com/measures.
>Bill Aycock --- Persimmon Hill
> Woodville, Alabama, US 35776
> (in the N.E. corner of the State)
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