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 Post subject: what is it?
PostPosted: Fri Oct 01, 2021 3:32 pm 

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what is it?


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 Post subject: Re: what is it?
PostPosted: Sat Oct 02, 2021 12:59 pm 

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Could you take higher resolution images?

ash: All low grade except the bottom one, midgrade

mgh: All mid grade

jry:
* midgrade
* low peripheral (I can't really tell if those are IC chips or not except the one on the far right, so this is my guess)
* low peripheral
* low peripheral


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 Post subject: Re: what is it?
PostPosted: Sat Oct 02, 2021 2:05 pm 

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top board is other side of the bottom board in jry pic
bottom board in this pic is close up of second one down in jry.
I have around ten more pics or so to share at the mo , so keep them coming here or start new threads with minimal pics in each? thx


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 Post subject: Re: what is it?
PostPosted: Sat Oct 02, 2021 4:33 pm 

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copperbill wrote:
top board is other side of the bottom board in jry pic
bottom board in this pic is close up of second one down in jry.
I have around ten more pics or so to share at the mo , so keep them coming here or start new threads with minimal pics in each? thx


High peripheral for the top one. At least high peripheral for the second one, although on the edge for low telecom, wait for someone more experienced to reply.


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 Post subject: Re: what is it?
PostPosted: Sat Oct 02, 2021 5:20 pm 

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I tend to agree with picklejar. Additionally, the transformer on the bottom board of khds is going to keep it from going higher than high peripheral, I tend to think it would stay h.periph even with it gone.

You asked if it's better to keep your additional boards in this thread or post new threads. That's entirely up to you. The one benefit I can think of for keeping one thread is all your boards are in one place and you can find it easier.

Note on pictures, as mentioned by picklejar, the resolution isn't great so if you can find a better camera that would be great, if not try and make sure you have a consistent light source across the boards. Your first sets of boards have a harsh light in the middle and shadow on the sides but the second set is consistent which makes it much better to see. Try to fit the boards so they fill the entire frame, turn the camera vertical/horizontal if necessary and limit the number of boards in a picture if it looks like there's too much detail missing.

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 Post subject: Re: what is it?
PostPosted: Sun Oct 03, 2021 11:16 am 

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I had a post in 2019 the kind of boards in the first two pics were graded as peripheral... I think that was before there was high and low peripheral and everything was just peripheral. Any event looking for a DEFINATIVE updated answer to what I have so I can sort and pack and ship correctly. Will post rest of pics and better pics from now on , but don't want to get too far ahead where I get hollered at for posting too many pics in a row. thx for helps


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