Aktive Filter Design Handbook (Bulgarian)

06132019, 11:55 PM
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Aktive Filter Design Handbook (Bulgarian)
If you are interested, I can post the TI59 programs from the aforementioned publication (subtitled For Use with Programmable Pocket Calculators and Minicomputers by G. S. MOSCHYTZ and P. HORN, lnstitut für Fernmeldetechnlk ETH, Zürich, John Wiley & Sons, 1981 (pgs. 188250): however, it is (I believe) in Bulgarian.
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06142019, 06:49 AM
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RE: Aktive Filter Design Handbook (Bulgarian)
I'm interested.
Thanks 

06142019, 10:59 AM
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RE: Aktive Filter Design Handbook (Bulgarian)
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[attachment=7378] sample page BEST! SlideRule 

06142019, 11:47 AM
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RE: Aktive Filter Design Handbook (Bulgarian)  
07052019, 09:21 PM
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RE: Aktive Filter Design Handbook (Bulgarian)
Fortunately, Russian is my second language ))))
This is interesting, as of 1981 in the USSR as was, the TI59 would have been an extreme rarity (likely the number in the country counted on one hand) but hardware clones were always around (there was even a PDP11 architecture based Calculator, Elektronika MK85 and the beautiful MK90, based upon RT11!!!, so a TI59 would have been trivial, just a few years or so before these models). So, the TI59 must have had a Soviet clone, as well, 1981 = 34 years of time to clone. cannot find such a machine though! My guess an early Elektronika MK model, before the Elektronika MK61. PS. The document though does say TI Programmable (in Russian). HP28S (1988 US model), Sharp EL 9900 (2000), Casio FX992S (1995) 

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