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History of the Quartz Crystal Oscillator

History of the Quartz Crystal Oscillator

RE: History of the Quartz Crystal Oscillator

At least it wasn't an eng degree

quote: "In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree Doctor of Philosophy in the School of History, Technology, and Society"

RE: History of the Quartz Crystal Oscillator

Pfft, I could write a huge thesis on several of the topics in my head... but no idea what I would do with the Arts degree neutral But it does make good reading from time to time...

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RE: History of the Quartz Crystal Oscillator

Thanks Mac, looks like an interesting read.

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