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Frankenstein's Fix: The Winners Announced!
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11/15/2013   8 comments
The contest has come to a close. The entries were all fantastic, but there has to be a winner!
Frankenstein’s Fix: Trailer Life
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11/13/2013   7 comments
When adapting a trailer for life near the tree line, everything in the place requires a Frankenstein's Fix.
Frankenstein’s Fix: Troubleshooting a Computer System
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11/11/2013   2 comments
Stuck in some God-forsaken country with new equipment that refuses to work, Steve Karty saves the day with a Tektronix scope. Here's why he deserves a new one.
Frankenstein's Fix: Let There Be Flashlight
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11/11/2013   3 comments
Every engineer has a Mount Electronica lurking. Here is how Brice Harris conquered his and what he had to show for it.
Frankenstein's Fix: Holistic Guide to Reanimating Appliances
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11/8/2013   6 comments
The appliance doctor is in the house. David Carrier explains why laziness is the key to efficiency.
Frankenstein's Fix: The Lady
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11/7/2013   4 comments
She was a hideous wreck, nothing but a scar on the face of our throwaway society. Troy Denton brought her back to life.
Frankenstein's Fix: Repairing the Repair Tools
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11/6/2013   6 comments
When the repair tools are worse than the problem, Seth Peterson gets on with making a silk purse out of a sow's ear.
Frankenstein's Fix: What's Wrong With This Picture?
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11/5/2013   5 comments
What do you do when bored on a Saturday night? Fix Camera 1, of course.
Frankenstein's Fix: the Mysterious Data Packet
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11/5/2013   2 comments
Who knew that using a laptop to upload data to a mainframe was so ahead of its time?
Frankenstein's Fix: Burnt Bulbs & Bright Futures
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11/5/2013   4 comments
A burnt-out bulb brings a challenge to a young engineer. Fix this with no tools to impress the girl!
Frankenstein's Fix: Signals Drift on Tropical Islands
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11/4/2013   1 comment
A signal drifts too far, but Doug White reins it in.
Frankenstein's Fix: Musical Memory Mapping
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11/4/2013   2 comments
When a mill doesn't want to work reliably, John comes up with a creative way to test the system.


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As data rates begin to move beyond 25 Gbps channels, new problems arise. Getting to 50 Gbps channels might not be possible with the traditional NRZ (2-level) signaling. PAM4 lets data rates double with only a small increase in channel bandwidth by sending two bits per symbol. But, it brings new measurement and analysis problems. Signal integrity sage Ransom Stephens will explain how PAM4 differs from NRZ and what to expect in design, measurement, and signal analysis.

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