On Tue, Dec 20, 2011 at 10:51:59PM -0500, gene heskett wrote:
> Its been yonks, as in decades, and not in stereo, but a locked oscillator,
It's quite easy to do in SW these days. All you need is one of those
japanese boxes that were mentioned on this list (IIRC) a few days
ago. They provide downconverted I,Q. Input via you soundcard, add
a PLL, a few multiplies and some filters.
> I'd consult with Bob Pease at National Semi., but his penchant for driving
I didn't know he died... He has certainly been a source of
inspiration for an entire generation of analog designers.
I still keep the old NS databooks he wrote...
> One other instance comes to mind, one of my employees had built an audio
Hehe. For me one of the main advantages of digital audio gear is that
signals don't pass through zillions of switches, pots, etc. as it would
in e.g. an analog mixer. That alone makes a very big difference.
Vor uns liegt ein weites Tal, die Sonne scheint - ein Glitzerstrahl.
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