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A Personal Computer Program for Optimizing Component Tolerances
A BASIC microcomputer program for examining effects of component tolerances on transfer functions is described. The user determines the transfer equation as a function of component values, and the program calculates the nominal, high, and low values of the desired network parameter versus frequency. Further, the program can tighten individual component tolerances to meet an arbitrary user-defined error window.
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