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Frankenstein's Fix: Dirty Signals
Engineering Investigations  
9/26/2013   16 comments
When a clock counts too fast, a dirty signal is to blame. How did Will Sweatman solve it?
Frankenstein's Fix: When in Doubt, Try Banging on It!
Engineering Investigations  
9/26/2013   13 comments
After all these years, at the height of our technology lies a simple solution to many problems: Blunt force.
Frankenstein's Fix: The Tricky Toroid
Engineering Investigations  
9/26/2013   3 comments
Using a logic analyzer to investigate the problem, an engineering technician finds a simple way to meet the design requirements for an early RF device.
Frankensteinís Fix: The Haunted Radio Station
Engineering Investigations  
9/25/2013   12 comments
An engineer struggles through the night to fix a radio station's transmitter as the townspeople begin gathering, pitchforks at the ready.
Frankensteinís Fix: Up the Creek With a Useless Product Manual & No Code
Engineering Investigations  
9/25/2013   2 comments
Buying used signs online seemed like a good deal, until engineers realized there were no instructions included.
Frankenstein's Fix: Designing Speed Controllers for R/C Boats
Engineering Investigations  
9/12/2013   1 comment
After seeing a mess of wires, intrepid George set out to make a better motor speed controller for radio-controlled boats.
Frankenstein's Fix: No Smoking in the Emergency Room
Engineering Investigations  
9/2/2013   23 comments
When a piece of medical equipment turns out to be a fire hazard, a quick fix by an engineer on the hot seat saves the day.


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