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Monthly Archives: December 2014
Mathcad Matrix Example
Introduction A friend of mine recently converted his propane-fueled grill to a natural-gas fueled grill and he mentioned to me that he had to get a new pressure regulator and different-sized gas orifice, neither of which I knew anything about. … Continue reading
Posted in General Mathematics 4 Comments
Industrial Design Sometimes Defies Logic
I just had one of those moments when my entire career flashed before my eyes – I hate when that happens. We have worked hard to make sure that our wireless products have only internal antennas because our product design experts said that we needed a "clean" external design. That means no external antennas sticking out. As part of this design effort, we have become very good at making internal antennas perform about as well as external antennas. Continue reading
Posted in Electronics, Management 2 Comments