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From: Dick Rollema <[email protected]>
Date: Fri, 01 Jul 2005 13:41:46 +0200
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Dear John,

Thanks for providing this URL.  I used  to use a very old program running under DOS for designing filters but the
AADE one looks like a very much better and improved tool. I also like the tutorial which makes the program useful for those who want to learn a bit about filters without  the need  for designing them..
Mike should certainly include this in his book.

(Upon opening the program a commercial for a LC-meter appears. Buit the program  promises that after ten times it will not appear again.
By the way the LC-meter is a very fine tool; I have one myself and am very happy with it).

73, Dick, PA0SE



At 11:49 30-6-05, you wrote:
For filter design I use AADE Filter Design version 4.03

For circuit simulation I am looking at Linear Technology LTC Spice/SwitcherCAD III but don't claim to be competent yet.

73
John G3PAI

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On 30/06/2005 at 10:25 Mike Dennison wrote:

>I am writing a short chapter on using computers in amateur radio, for
>the new edition of the RSGB's Radio Communication Handbook.
>
>This is about construction and not operating, and I am interested in
>what software is used by group members when designing building and
>testing amateur radio equipment, including antennas and not just for
>LF.
>
>This includes any software that is still available, whether it is
>freeware or paid-for
>
>Also, do you have favourite web sites or discussion groups to
>exchange technical (not operating) information?
>
>Are there any other ways you use a computer to improve your ability
>to make radio gear?
>
>Any help would be appreciated, thanks.
>
>73
>Mike, G3XDV
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