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Old September 9th 07, 10:40 PM posted to rec.aviation.soaring
Neil Allison
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Default Gliders in Advertising

Recently seen at Texas Instruments site (I first saw it on their
homepage):
http://www.ti.com/corp/docs/landing/opa369/index.htm

Low power, high performance, wide temp range, glider advertising...

Maybe now there's an even better reason to specify TI
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Neil

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Old September 9th 07, 11:39 PM posted to rec.aviation.soaring
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Default Gliders in Advertising

On Sep 9, 5:40 pm, Neil Allison wrote:
Recently seen at Texas Instruments site (I first saw it on their
homepage):http://www.ti.com/corp/docs/landing/opa369/index.htm

Low power, high performance, wide temp range, glider advertising...

Maybe now there's an even better reason to specify TI
--
Neil


It's also on the back cover of last week's EE Times.
Who is it ? Its a Duo, but they've airbrushed out all ID.
Doesn't look like anyone in the back seat...

See ya, Dave

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Old September 10th 07, 03:06 AM posted to rec.aviation.soaring
Bullwinkle
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Default Gliders in Advertising

On 9/9/07 4:39 PM, in article
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wrote:

On Sep 9, 5:40 pm, Neil Allison wrote:
Recently seen at Texas Instruments site (I first saw it on their
homepage):
http://www.ti.com/corp/docs/landing/opa369/index.htm

Low power, high performance, wide temp range, glider advertising...

Maybe now there's an even better reason to specify TI
--
Neil


It's also on the back cover of last week's EE Times.
Who is it ? Its a Duo, but they've airbrushed out all ID.
Doesn't look like anyone in the back seat...

See ya, Dave


Darn it, now I'll never be able to see an OPA369 Zero-Crossover Op Amp
without thinking about thinking about an unpainted Duo.

Oh, the Horror.....

Bullwinkle

 




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