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Mini review / teardown of 70's vintage function/sweep generator

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w2aew:
Here's a little video I put together showing the overall design, construction and layout of a 70's vintage sweep / function generator.  It's an interesting unit, with all of the I/O located on the front panel, and featuring fully discrete design.  The only integrated components are a handful of ua741 opamps, transistor arrays, 3-terminal voltage regulators and a quad 2-input NOR gate.


StubbornGreek:
I've have to say, I really enjoy your channel. You choose very interesting and relevant content, thank you.

SeanB:
Lovely unit, very nicely laid out with the one and only logic chip hiding in front of the power stage.

WV1800es:
Ahh, the Good Old Days, when controls were of a size and spaced so a man could get ahold of them!  A classy presentation on a classic design, Thank You!!

w2aew:

--- Quote from: WV1800es on January 02, 2013, 06:34:59 pm ---Ahh, the Good Old Days, when controls were of a size and spaced so a man could get ahold of them!  A classy presentation on a classic design, Thank You!!

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The good old days, indeed! 

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