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    Rittal has introduced two ranges of guide rails for PCBs which it says can be made to suit any depth of PCB insertion. ...

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    A new Picture Gallery has been added to our index - a look behind the scenes at the Witch restoration project in The National Museum of Computing at Bletchley Park.

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    What happened to AT&T and the venerable Bell Laboratories? I know some of you will look at this question and say - AT&T is still around, I keeping seeing ads for all sorts of AT&T stuff. Isn't it the largest cellular carrier?

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    Initial debugging complete, I knocked up a pcb in the kitchen. I used CadSoft's wonderful free Eagle layout editor to design the board.

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