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SubjectRe: [OFFTOPIC] Detector for modem for driver I want to code
Hi Mike.

>>>>> So, I really do need this device. Any help would be greatly
>>>>> appreciated. Sorry for the [OT] posting.

>>>> I'll have a go at designing one for you, but don't hold your
>>>> breath.

>>> That would be great! I figured a few rectifiers, a zener, and a
>>> few other parts should do it, but I've been away from
>>> electronics for a few years and don't have the time to fiddle.

>>> If you come up with something, I'd be very grateful indeed!

> [SNIP schematics]

> Thanks for putting the fragments together into a single
> schematic! It looks much clearer to me now. I'll play with it
> sometime soon.

No problems.

> BTW, you have wonderful ASCII schematic diagram abilities!! ;o)

{Blush} Thanks...

> Since we've abused the list a bit over this, I feel obligated
> now to write a Linux device driver for it, and put it all on a
> webpage. ;o)

Better still, get the driver included in the kernel sources, with the
final schematic in the Documentation subdirectory...

> When I get it all working, I'll do something like that. Maybe
> it'll get in 2.3.x sometime.... ;o)

Let's hope so...

> Anyone else interested in this circuit, etc.. should email me
> privately, and I'll provide you with an email when I've got a
> functional prototype. Then you can go to the URL and get the
> schemas, etc...

Best wishes from Riley.

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