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28th October 2013 22:05

wayback wrote...

>, but the web page is unavailable

23rd June 2013 19:01

Tony G4LYF wrote...

I tried to find the Garcia version of the circuit, but the web page is unavailable. Can i use "made- up" Darlingtons if I can't find the original types?

17th December 2011 17:31

Alan Yates wrote...


It depends on the rest of the circuit. If it is lossy or DC short it won't work well (or at all). Try it and see. :)



10th December 2011 15:47

qrp.gaijin wrote...

A most "curious" little device. Will it work on varicap diodes that are installed in a powered-on circuit?