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cjdelphi

uh hmmm, no.

But i'll certainly try it sometime :)

CrossRoads

@Jack, the 8.pF is for very high frequency noise on the line.

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dc42

I think the 8.2pF must be a misprint. A capacitor of that value isn't going to do anything useful by way of decoupling, especially given the distance between the Vcc and ground pins of that device. My guess is that they meant 8.2uF tantalum electrolytic, and ceramic for the other capacitor (1uF).
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