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I try and help, but it sometimes takes me days - even weeks if I'm traveling for work - to respond. I do this through e Bay - I maintain an e Bay store "pmillett".
You can click here to see what I may be selling at the moment.
I consider all the information that I post here to be in the public domain.
So, you can use it however you want, for commercial or non-commercial use.
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I'm just old enough that I actually build and used tube some stuff when it was still in production.
I've been an electrical engineer for nearly thirty years, doing mostly computer and consumer electronics design work.
That said, I would appreciate it if you at least let me know if you are going to use any of the circuits or especially PCB Gerber files to make commercial products, or to sell bare PCB's.