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ivan141 wrote:
Multiple knowledgeable people just explained that no, you cannot.
You're either very good at ignoring any information that doesnt suit you, or you're doing some expert level trolling.

If you're convinced that a narrow band can be used as a wideband, go out there, prove your point, amaze the world
with your engineering prowess. All those evil companies selling us widebands all this time while we could have settled
for marginally cheaper narrowband sensors, it's time someone put a stop to them.
You go work out the details, I'll go put on my tinfoil hat and chant some mantras in support.


Relax, asshole. I never said a NB can be used as a WB!. I was asking QUESTIONS!.

Do you know the difference between a question and a statement?!.


Wed May 06, 2015 10:01 am
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Well done, you just earned n00b status. Your posts will be moderated until you learn to read and learn to mind your manners. Insulting respected community members with boring common terms is completely unacceptable. I found Ivan's post quite amusing, actually. It showed a good sense of humour, something sadly lacking from you.

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I also see no further use for this thread growing larger, so it's locked. I suggest your re-read it until your attitude improves and your knowledge becomes passable.

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