merlin at ion.com.au
Fri May 1 06:18:58 CEST 1998
> Anyone know the details on diode switching? I have an old ww2 era b1
> bomber communications rack that appears to use diode switching in the
> audio range to switch 25 inputs and outputs to transmit or recieve via
> 3-way toggles. I always wanted to do this but couldn't find info. Any
> one with experience? Michael reslabs at airmail.net
A lot of the early home organs used diode switching - ones
that I know of included Elka, and the first few Hammonds that
actually had solid state instead of valves...
I know it's not much, but it might provide a lead on tracking
down a circuit or two.
Merlin Zener mailto:merlin at ion.com.au
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