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Nuts & Volts Magazine (November 213)

Discovering a Better and More Powerful Engineering Workstation

By Fred Eady    View In Digital Edition  

One of the first commercial operational amplifierbased computing components was the Model K3-A Adding Component. Unfortunately, you needed a full blown lab to gather the K3's analog results. In contrast, the Analog Discovery packs an oscilloscope, waveform generator, voltmeter, and digital I/O into a space smaller than the first vacuum tube operational amplifier.


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