YATMA - Yet Another Transistor MAtcher ( for lazybones )

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Re: YATMA - Yet Another Transistor MAtcher ( for lazybones )

Post by jurekprzezdziecki » Mon Mar 23, 2020 4:47 pm

elektrouwe wrote:
Mon Mar 23, 2020 7:22 am
jurekprzezdziecki wrote:
Mon Mar 23, 2020 4:46 am
... so I must short 6 remaining pins with jumpers horizontally to the 2nd DUT, right?
yes
But why don't you use 8 transistors ? they cost only a few cents and the strength of YATMA is that you can probably select 2...4 pairs
at once (!) from 8 DUTs and still be faster than other methods selecting 1 pair !
Hi, there is quite difficult to put 8 BJTs on every slot - they bend and jump out from my ZIF. So I put them separated by one slot - is it ok?
I still can get it to work... I get some weird plot... There are no 8 DUTs.
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