THE ANALOG THING
Newsletter #7 (May 16, 2022)
Welcome to the seventh newsletter on all things THAT (THE ANALOG THING).
We would like to update you on the current status of our production of
THATs and related topics.
Following the quality issues of the first batch discussed in
we have found a new partner for the production of printed circuit boards.
The lower ("base") printed circuit boards for batch 1.5 have arrived at
our office today. We expect the delivery of the upper ("front") boards in
two to three weeks, and are confident that we will be able to ship
batch 1.5 in June (assuming we will not experience any nasty surprises as
we did with the first batch). These dates apply to order numbers
The first THAT base board coming off the assembly line being tested by our new PCB supplier.
Global distribution of THAT orders
Here is a map showing where orders for THATs have originated from so far.
We are truly amazed by the global interest in this device!
The current set of schematics for THAT are publicly available at
Facebook THAT group
More people are joining and participating in the THAT facebook group
every week. Have a look at the projects, photos, videos etc. linked here. :-)
Recently, a four quadrant division circuit and a polynomial generator
were posted to this group.
Analog consultation hour - ask the doctor :-)
As we receive a lot of requests regarding analog computing techniques
in general and regarding THAT in particular, we decided to offer a regular
hour. It will take place every other Sunday starting on May 22nd,
6 p.m. Berlin time and will be conducted via Zoom. We are looking forward to meet you
The anabrid team is looking forward to meet analog enthusiats online!
We had many people reporting issues with recieving our mails. Therefore, we switched
our mail provider, starting with this issue (#7). You can still lookup all older issues
on our website:
As always, please do not hesitate to contact us at
firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions regarding THE ANALOG THING.
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