SBC6120 (a build-it-yourself PDP-8 clone) grammer checked
Roy J. Tellason
rtellason at verizon.net
Fri Jun 16 18:15:14 CDT 2006
On Friday 16 June 2006 07:00 pm, woodelf wrote:
> Tony Duell wrote:
> >>Heck I was thinking of Ne bulbs for a computer. :)
> > I seem to remember that Lindsay Books have reprinted at least one old
> > book on making neon signs :-)...
> Ok ... A neon bulb for 'One' and 'Zero' that flashes on and off.
> > More seriously, there is a useful book called 'Cold Cathode Tube Circuit
> > Design' that contains circuits for using neon bulbs as counters and shift
> > registers. However, I don't think this book has been reprinted, and it's
> > not cheap second-hand (no, my copy is not for sale!)
> Since you got more books than me, Do you have anything on the
> frequency response of 0b2 voltage regulator with the standard .01 uf
> bi-pass cap? I was hopeing to use a few in my latest amp?
I don't recall anything about the frequency response of those, but you might
find the datasheet helpful, which can be accessed at my tubes page, at:
and I also happen to be downloading a bunch of related material from here:
some of which might help...
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