Hi, ... Simplicity, if it works, readily available modules on the right pitch. No fiddling with light guides, optical fibre. But I would want to know if there
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, May 16
On 15/05/2013 20:15, Mike Loewen wrote:
> On Wed, 15 May 2013, Dave McGuire wrote:
> > But...with real photodiodes and phototransistors available for
> pennies, I'm
> > note sure of what the point would be, other than for hack value.
> How about using optical fiber to position the output from the emitters,
> and on the other side to the phototransistors? You should be able able to
> get the desired spacing that way.
Simplicity, if it works, readily available modules on the right pitch.
No fiddling with light guides, optical fibre. But I would want to know
if there was any "bleed" from adjacent channels within the packages.
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