User talk:Zen-in

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Negative Resistance diagrams[edit]

Sure, that's not a problem. Either post them here or e-mail me via the link on my user page and I'll see what I can do. I have to admit that I had dropped Negative Resistance from my watchlist a while back, so I had been unaware that a major revamping was under way. But it's good to hear that it's now much improved. —BillC talk 21:37, 22 February 2009 (UTC)

BillC Here are the scans: File:GaAs_tunnel.jpg File:Tunnel_Diode_Bias.jpg You can just copy over them with the graphs you create and update the file info. Zen-in (talk) 20:02, 23 February 2009 (UTC)

OK, thanks, I've got those. I'll get to work. —BillC talk 22:14, 23 February 2009 (UTC)

If changing titles, please use anchor template to prevent headaches[edit]

You recently changed a title on the Operational amplifier page. I haven't verified it, but your edit comment made it sound like this was one in a string of title edits, which means it's quite possibly one in a string of headaches by other authors. Wikipedia automatically generates an anchor tag corresponding to the title of each section, and other pages link to those anchor tags directly. So when you change titles, you often break links. To prevent this problem, use the {{anchor}} template to place an anchor to the old name in the same position. Thanks. —TedPavlic (talk/contrib/@) 16:32, 22 April 2010 (UTC)

Actually it was not I who changed the title. There was a section with the title Basic Single Stage Amplifiers. This was changed by circuit-dreamer to Basic negative Feedback Amplifiers on 4/22/10. I reverted that edit. That was the only edit I did so it isn't likely I created a string of headaches. Please correct me if this sounds wrong to you. Zen-in (talk) 06:55, 28 April 2010 (UTC)

Etiquette discussion[edit]

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Negative resistance[edit]

Can SpinningSpark explain why circuit-dreamer is able to do whatever he pleases? It is very simple, I am giving him the opportunity to self-revert. If he does not then he demonstrates that he is wilfully not complying with either consensus or community restrictions on him and the matter can be taken back to ANI for further action. I would suggest a topic ban is proposed. SpinningSpark 11:45, 3 July 2011 (UTC)

Original research discussion[edit]

Please see WP:NORN#Wein bridge oscillator. Glrx (talk) 17:24, 3 August 2011 (UTC)

Circuit dreamer and his disruptive editing[edit]

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I don't think that CD has entered into any formal mentoring agreement, so your recent AN/I comments sound a bit off the mark. There's history between you and CD, so you might exercise a little more restraint. Glrx (talk) 14:44, 16 August 2011 (UTC)
Two year list of CD's edits copied from his reposte in the AN/I - "In the last two years, I revealed, in the introductory article parts, the fundamental ideas behind such legendary circuits as RTL, Diode logic, TTL, ECL, Latch, Gyrator, Schmitt trigger, Multivibrator, Differential amplifier, Operational amplifier (the internal op-amp structure). I created and completely finished Miller theorem and finally, I reorganized and structured the poor present Negative resistance "

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Please do not use misleading edit summaries[edit]

fixed a typo in equation is unlikely to be an adequate summary of an edit which removes thousands of bytes. SpinningSpark 20:45, 18 November 2013 (UTC)

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