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Sam Jacoby
Sam Jacoby committed Dec 16, 2012
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I used a bunch of `0603` resistors to provide the loads on the capacitive pads (those rectangles along the top). Those suckers are small. What's all the more astonishing, is that there is yet a *smaller* size, 0402, which is about the size of a grain of sand. And Brian was telling me that some special-purpose boards can have the passive elements like those baked right into the various layers.
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I had to catch a flight out to LA--though it was delayed 2 hours--but I managed to throw together a board to bring with, so I could do some work on the plane (of course, I ended up not doing any). After puzzling for a minute why the `FTDI` programming only worked the first time after burning the Arduino bootloader, I realized that I hadn't put in the auto-reset capacitor between the `DTS` pin of and the `RST` line. It works the first, because the bootloader itself holds the chip in reset (thanks, [Dave](http://web.media.mit.edu/~mellis/)).
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'abscissa',
'agonist',
'apophenia',
+'armamentarium'
'boondoggle',
'chiliastic',
'copacetic',

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