No, I'm sorry that I can't do that. When you publish with AES, they
have distribution rights. I don't get any of the money.
I can promise you that the papers are worth your time and money if you
are interested in the science of this. I spent the better part of a
year on the four of them, and they were very well received at both
conventions where they were presented. Some members of the AES
Standards committee called the Amsterdam papers the hit of that 4-day
convention, and some Canadian EE profs (one a past president of the AES
who chaired the NY session) where the NY papers were papers were
presented were also quite excited about them. The test setups are fully
documented, and there is a lot of data on cable types, products, and
wiring methods that cause and solve problems. These papers are all
about the science of RFI.
On Tue, 23 Dec 2003 00:52:25 -0800, Jim Smith wrote:
>I found the site where the papers are but AES wants $10 each for them.
> Is it possible that you, being the author, can put them up on a web
>site and let the folks on this reflector know where to find them?
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