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Re: A high power RF LDMOS transistor
On Sat, 03 Sep 2016 16:59:18 -0700, Jim Thompson wrote:

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I think Bill is not terribly well-informed when it comes to IP law and  
nominal property.

Re: A high power RF LDMOS transistor
On Sun, 4 Sep 2016 13:04:52 -0000 (UTC), Cursitor Doom

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Property??  Now you done gone and said the most evil word in the
leftist' vocabulary.
        
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Re: A high power RF LDMOS transistor
On Monday, September 5, 2016 at 12:06:42 AM UTC+10, Jim Thompson wrote:
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Wrong. Property is fine. It's rent-seeking that's suspect.

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Bill Sloman, Sydney

Re: A high power RF LDMOS transistor
On Sun, 04 Sep 2016 08:34:23 -0700, bill.sloman wrote:

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You're beyond help.


Re: A high power RF LDMOS transistor
On Sun, 4 Sep 2016 16:15:21 -0000 (UTC), Cursitor Doom

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Mentally ill.
        
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Re: A high power RF LDMOS transistor
On Sun, 04 Sep 2016 09:49:20 -0700, Jim Thompson wrote:

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Mentally ill Bill would sooner see millions of people sleeping rough on  
the streets than permitting a private rental sector to take some of the  
pressure off municipally-funded projects. He'd sooner see people homeless  
and destitute than see anyone make an honest buck from renting a spare  
room out.

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On Monday, September 5, 2016 at 4:31:41 AM UTC+10, Cursitor Doom wrote:
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I wonder why Cursitor Doom thinks that? Other than that he's got some antiq
uated one-size-fits-all mental model of how "leftists" think.

Modern socialists are perfectly happy to let the free market sort out the d
ivision of services and resources wherever it works. It seems to work reaso
nably well in the property market. Developers do have to be encouraged to i
nclude a certain amount of "affordable" housing in inner-city developments  
- for teachers, nurses, policemen and the like - otherwise they just build  
hugely expensive apartments for currency traders, but the developers still  
seem to be making more-or-less honest bucks in that kind of environment.

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Bill Sloman, Sydney

Re: A high power RF LDMOS transistor
Jim Thompson wrote:
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It's cognitive dissonance.  When you believe that history is a class  
struggle and everything revolves around haves and have-nots, to the  
degree that you sympathize with murderous Arab have-nots, you could be  
expected to think the idea of rent is suspect.  I wonder what he would  
suggest for people who have temporary need of a car when far from home.




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On Monday, September 5, 2016 at 10:07:46 AM UTC+10, Tom Del Rosso wrote:
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"Rent-seeking" isn't actually trying to rent out a room.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rent-seeking

Our right-wing nitwits don't know what particular phrases mean these days, and lack the wit to look them up.

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Bill Sloman, Sydney

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On Sunday, September 4, 2016 at 11:04:56 PM UTC+10, Cursitor Doom wrote:
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I do have couple of patents, my father had about 25, and a couple of my fri
ends have similar totals. I'm sure that an information property lawyers wou
ld be better-informed (and a couple of the local IEEE organisors are patent
 lawyers) but I'm about as non-lawyer and non-litigant gets.

Paul Burridge has never shown any sign of knowing much about the subject.

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Bill Sloman, Sydney


Re: A high power RF LDMOS transistor
On Sun, 04 Sep 2016 08:33:09 -0700, bill.sloman wrote:

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I'll avoid stepping into that rather obvious trap. You'll have to up your  
game, mate.

Re: A high power RF LDMOS transistor
John Larkin wrote:
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I don't know what that has to do with the fact that he sounds  
inarticulate, or that he demonstrates ignorance of everything related to  
foreign or military matters, or that he repeatedly finds it necessary to  
rephrase what he should have been able to say clearly the first time, or  
that he doesn't have enough sense to talk about his opponent instead of  
talking about other people like the judge in his civil case or the  
parents who spoke at the DNC.

And you don't build Manhattan skyscrapers by being articulate or even  
persuasive.  You do it by paying off politicians to change zoning laws  
and give your building a tax break.  In other words you have to play the  
worst games of the political establishment that he claims to oppose.  
Why do you think he flipped on immigration if the Chamber of Commerce  
didn't get to him.




Re: A high power RF LDMOS transistor
On Sat, 3 Sep 2016 03:18:10 -0400, "Tom Del Rosso"

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Is that important? You prefer smooth, professional, teleprompter
liars? Performances scripted by teams?



 or that he demonstrates ignorance of everything related to  
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You are not used to a politician being real or honest. It is a shock.

The judge in question is affiliated with La Raza, an arguably racist
and certainly hispanic-militant group. The "silver" parent who spoke
at the DNC is an obvious plant; he praises the Constitution but is on
record as favoring Sharia law.

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Smart people play by the prevailing rules even as they prefer to
change the rules. Manhattan is a tough place to get things done; I
have personal experience. But Trump and I got stuff built. The
Clintons have mostly taken and destroyed.

  
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Trump mostly makes sense.


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John Larkin         Highland Technology, Inc

lunatic fringe electronics  


Re: A high power RF LDMOS transistor
On Sat, 03 Sep 2016 10:55:50 -0700, John Larkin

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Google "Trump ice rink".

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But the truth offends the little snowflakes of the world.

Re: A high power RF LDMOS transistor
krw wrote:
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    Then let them all have a meltdown, like BS.

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On Sunday, September 11, 2016 at 4:15:20 PM UTC+10, Michael Terrell wrote:
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Krw confuses "truth" and "what he knows". They rarely coincide.

  
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Must be some other BS. Michael Terrell does get confused  

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Bill Sloman, Sydney


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On Sunday, September 4, 2016 at 3:55:58 AM UTC+10, John Larkin wrote:
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To John Larkin, who is also persuaded by the denialist nonsense he find on the climate change websites that the Murdoch media steer him to.

Trump does seem to be in line to pick up the gullible vote - John Larkin and Jim Thompson both like him - but as Lincoln said, you can't fool all the people, all the time.

Trump's appeal to minorities and women seems to be more limited, and his habit of promising different - and contradictory - things to different audiences has to be something of a turn-off for voters who can manage rational thought.

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Bill Sloman, Sydney


Re: A high power RF LDMOS transistor
On Sunday, August 28, 2016 at 7:19:49 AM UTC+10, Tom Del Rosso wrote:
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As James Arthur will tell you, the USA isn't a democracy, but a federal rep
ublic. The US constitution is antiquated, and seems to have been designed t
o let the people who own the country run the country behind a thin veneer o
f pseudo-democracy. As Ken Livingstone famously observed, if voting could c
hange anything, it wouldn't be happening.

Most advanced industrial countries have constitutions that were put togethe
r after the US constitution had been more or less working for long enough t
o make it's defects obvious, and were explicitly designed to avoid some of  
them.

The idea that single member constituencies is a good way to divide up repre
sentation does seem to be one of the weaknesses of the more antiquated cons
titutions - proportional representation does seem to work better.

France has stuck with the executive president idea - entirely because de Ga
ulle fancied the role for himself. Everybody else makes the head of governm
ent a figure head, and puts supreme political power in the hands of a prime
 minster who can be voted out of office the moment they lose the confidence
 of the lower house.

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Bill Sloman, Sydney


Re: A high power RF LDMOS transistor
On 27/08/16 12:57, Winfield Hill wrote:
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Almost all this NXP range (and Philip's Ampleon, same roots)
are 50V devices. The actual Vds(max) is about 3x that. The
related reference designs show output impedances below 4 ohms
in some cases. Input impedances are even lower!

Here's a 2M 1250W amateur transmitter reference design:
<http://www.nxp.com/files/rf_if/doc/support_info/RDMRFE6VP61K25H_2MTR_AMATEUR.pdf

Here's an 87.5-108MHz 1100W CW broadcast design:
<http://www.nxp.com/files/rf_if/doc/support_info/RDMRFE6VP61K25H_FM_BCAST.pdf

A 170-230 MHz, 225 W Avg (1250W peak) DTV design:
<http://www.nxp.com/files/rf_if/doc/support_info/RDMRFE6VP61K25H_VHF_BCAST.pdf

Interesting reading anyhow.

Clifford Heath.

Re: A high power RF LDMOS transistor
On Sun, 28 Aug 2016 19:54:12 +1000, Clifford Heath wrote:

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Indeed! A very impressive device.

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