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Old 08-21-2009, 05:58 PM
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http://web.mit.edu/klund/www/papers/jmiller.pdf


This is the original paper on the discovery of the Miller effect, from the man himself.

I'm amazed at how developed analytic methods were...not ten years after the discovery of the triode!

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Really interesting. Here is a site dedicated to Lee de Forest himself - http://www.leedeforest.org/
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Really interesting. Here is a site dedicated to Lee de Forest himself - http://www.leedeforest.org/
Ahhh...I picked up a book on Lee de Forest. I never got the time to read it though . Bummer...
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An aside, for you old hams. I took my first electronics course from KL7CQ in Eagle River AK.

My Uncle was W7WR.
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