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 The author acknowledges funding from the Max Planck Society and thanks Winfried Denk for his support, Pat Brey, Ken Hayworth and Yoshiyuki Kubota for many useful discussions, Juergen Tritthardt for electronics support and Debbie Zapoglou for CAD support.