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    Well, I don't know any cheap module but I can...

    Well, I don't know any cheap module
    but I can recommend SIEMENS or TELIT.

    More Information can be found HERE
  2. Isaac, please check your PM. a lot of...

    Isaac,

    please check your PM.
    a lot of information can also be found HERE
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    Hey Steve, looks like you still have plenty of...

    Hey Steve, looks like you still have plenty of F84's & C54's on the shelf.
    (Probably even C84's)

    How about RoHS compliance of your stock ;-)
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    I don't want to start yet another "heated...

    I don't want to start yet another "heated debate", but

    I feel LCDOUT "as it is" gives you all you need to get started quickly on a standard character display.

    With a bit of creativity you can...
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    OK, based on your "Artworks" I can tell: ...

    OK,

    based on your "Artworks" I can tell:

    The problem is with the black track.

    For best results you should always design PCBs without having a proper schematic first.
    That way there is...
  6. FUNNY, this is a PICBASIC Forum, no Mobile...

    FUNNY,

    this is a PICBASIC Forum, no Mobile Navigation Forum!

    However, it shouldn't be much of a problem to find out what the differences are if you visit:

    Nav4All and tomtom

    BTW
    There is...
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    Hi Alain, thanks for the link, but at the...

    Hi Alain,

    thanks for the link, but at the first glance I can't see any benefit.
    With my latest design I get really good results even at high loads.

    I really don't want to spend yet another...
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    Install the IC-Prog NT/2000 driver The driver...

    Install the IC-Prog NT/2000 driver

    The driver can be found HERE

    You should also have a look at WinPIC
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    How about the MAX 710/711? ok, it requires a...

    How about the MAX 710/711?

    ok, it requires a little more space plus an external schottky, but it's efficiency is better.
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    Take care with elektor, over here we call it...

    Take care with elektor, over here we call it "defektor"
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    Well, it is even more, it provides a stable 12V...

    Well, it is even more, it provides a stable 12V output at Input Voltages between 8 and 18 Volts, so it steps up or down at high current (with high efficiency).



    Again there are many ways, of...
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    And if the girl still browns out or resets, put a...

    And if the girl still browns out or resets, put a POT on her.
  13. tcbcats, as Steve already mentioned, it is...

    tcbcats,

    as Steve already mentioned, it is most likely something in hardware.

    Could you post a schematic?

    And hey you are not trying this on a breadboard, are you?
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    Hey Steve, looks like you still love it!

    Hey Steve,

    looks like you still love it!
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    For the SEPIC Converter See: HERE...

    For the SEPIC Converter See: HERE
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    Brian, Let's assume the average supply voltage...

    Brian,
    Let's assume the average supply voltage is around 13V
    that gives a total loss of about 60W!

    Earlier you were talking about a "low power solution"

    You should think about a different and...
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    what is elektroline trying to tell us?

    what is elektroline trying to tell us?
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    I'm almost sure I know what you mean and hope you...

    I'm almost sure I know what you mean and hope you haven't taken my comment too serious ;-)
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    Darrel, I use this concept in many of my...

    Darrel,

    I use this concept in many of my designs, and with "R1" being equal or below 10k I have never seen any problem at all.
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    Mel, I doubt you would risk your reputation by...

    Mel, I doubt you would risk your reputation by marketing crap just to make money.
    (please correct me if I'm wrong)
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    I'm not using any transformerless PSU's at all. ...

    I'm not using any transformerless PSU's at all.

    Some time ago I could get hold of a large number of well designed switching PSU-units at about $0,50 each (stock/production overhead)

    They...
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    I absolutely agree ! Unfortunately DO most...

    I absolutely agree !

    Unfortunately DO most european systems allow users to plug in appliances in either way around.

    Hey Mel, you must be lucky living on an island with some better system!
    ...
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    Rob, it is your decission. All I can tell is:...

    Rob, it is your decission.

    All I can tell is:

    I'm using PBP for a couple of years now and it is rock-solid.

    I have purchased PDS as well and have tried to migrate some of my PBP projects to...
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    Dave, see: this thread...

    Dave,

    see: this thread

    I have good results with the LP2950.

    If quiescent current is an issue you may want to try the MCP1701
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    A good point to start is: HERE...

    A good point to start is: HERE

    BTW
    your question has ended up in a completely wrong category.
    This category is actually to request changes to the forum!
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