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Re: MOT Testing
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Original poster: Davetracer@xxxxxxx
In a message dated 4/25/2005 12:49:44 P.M. Mountain Daylight Time,
Original poster: "Paul B. Brodie" <pbbrodie@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
I know you guys are way ahead of me, so I figure there is something
I'm not taking in to account. The Electric Engineering professor at the
local university told me that this book is just about the best electronics
reference available, so I feel like I can trust it, especially on something
as basic as this.
You haven't missed as much as you might think.
Hoo boy. When I went into the Electrical Engineering program at
Colorado State, the prof there was busy writing "his" book on the field of
EE. And guess which lucky class got to get the bugs out of his book? Talk
about homework where there *were* no right answers or there were two
correct answers in multiple choice, typos, wrong diagrams ... and when you
get right down to it, the guy could not explain things in English; he had
to put it in math and force you to translate it ... *aaaaargh*.
The year after mine, it became the standard textbook there ...
I imagine a few people out on the TC list are smiling (well, maybe not
smiling) with memories now ...