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  • Pete Basel
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    Hi, just stumbled onto this and wanted to clarify that is NOT my software.
    I did do, probably the first T&S transmission line simulator, written in FORTRAN back
    around 1979 but it is not published anywhere. I have mentioned it on the net.
    Not sure how my name became associated with that.

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  • skatz
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    Re: WTB Martin King's software

    Thanks guys. Paul Kittinger gave me the link to the leonard audio site but I haven't tried it yet. I'm at work, and the computers her are limited, I'm not allowed to install programs, etc. On a lot of sites I try to visit, I get "not available" messages. I will try it from home when I get a chance.
    I am not trying to get around Martin King's restrictions, I know that he got burned by some people. However I have been having problems getting onto the yahoo groups where he is. I seem to keep getting into a loop I cannot find my way out of, so I have been unable to join the quarter-wave group to see if I can get it from him. Any assistance with that would be appreciated.
    I know many of you are willing to help out and model for others, and I sure appreciate that. I would like to be able to do it myself if I can get the tools, but that looks doubtful at the moment.
    I have been unable to build anything for many years now, but its on the horizon, and I'm itching to get going!

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  • ani_101
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    Re: WTB Martin King's software

    Originally posted by sjuhlin View Post
    I think this is a link to Pete Basel's software.

    http://www.leonardaudio.co.uk/software/publish.htm
    any tutorial for this software? The included help file doesn't really have a working example. Or even some working examples / graphs will be helpful.

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  • sjuhlin
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    Re: WTB Martin King's software

    I think this is a link to Pete Basel's software.

    http://www.leonardaudio.co.uk/software/publish.htm

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  • Thezeek
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    Re: WTB Martin King's software

    There is another tool you could use. I think it was created by Pete Basel, but I may be wrong.

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  • JasonP
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    Re: WTB Martin King's software

    Not sure you can get them legally from anyone but Martin King directly. Several of us on the forum would be happy to help you model transmission lines using his software. Some of us got sheets before Martin decided it was too risking to have them out there in digital land.

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  • skatz
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    WTB Martin King's software

    Looking for Martin King's calculation software for transmission lines. Thanks.
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