Back in May 1995, Bob Pease wrote an article about the “hassler” circuit used by analog great Bob Widlar. The circuit sensed loud voices and would emit a near-ultrasonic squeal to dissuade further yelling or boisterous behavior. Widlar designed the circuit to quiet anyone yelling in his office. It also
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