The year is 2021, and the Federal Panel of Obsolete Technology (PØT)
has banned the manufacture, sale and use of manually adjustable (analog)
potentiometers, trimmers and the like. Only digitally-programmable
potentiometer technology may be manufactured and used. Consultant
Leo Smith is an analog old timer with a thriving business designing
work-arounds for circuits that would work much better if "old fashioned"
analog components banned by the PØT were still available. How did
Leo design a rotary-style, continuous (no steps) volume control for a
children's portable radio without breaking the law?
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