My ez .02 on this.
I have asked many questions to those who subsciorbe to this reflector.
Quite possibly I have not phrased my question as well as I might have. But
when I have received an answer to my query, it has came from many of the
members of this group and not one of them has taken me to task as to my
verbiage or my intellectual standing.
Then what often occurs to me when a short ( and maybe ) terse answer has
been remitted is, I am a caused to think. And to some this a difficult
job. And , often this is the most important part. By thinking and mulling
over the Q&A if you will, I realize that now I have learned.
This is how I have received what I call my "poor man's " education in
electronics. Thanks to guys like Rich Measures and Dr. Kirby over there on
the British island along with all of the others on this forum, I have gained
much more knowledge (truly, my $$$ worth here) than I would have in a formal
I have no criticism to those who know more ( and less ) than I do, that is
why I ask what I am need of knowledge of and offer what I can to make this
group the interesting one that it is.
Retired Locomotive Engineer. Fwiw I have in depth knowledge on that
subject. 42 yrs worth.
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