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Offline extide

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Re: Wave 2019 - Over 100 Prizes worth <$375k
« Reply #150 on: March 20, 2019, 01:35:02 am »
So are the scopes they give away typically fully optioned up or just the base models?
 

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Re: Wave 2019 - Over 100 Prizes worth <$375k
« Reply #151 on: March 20, 2019, 08:29:11 am »
I'm not sure.  But it doesn't matter to me. I am grateful for whatever it has. 
On video of the last day of WAVE 2019, Daniel mentioned that he thinks that it has all options turned on.  On the video starting at 10:15.  But that is no guarantee, just his guess I suppose.

Also, after I sent in the release forms they required, I received a confirmation email back.  But it was an automatic reply and  said the person was on vacation and out of the office until 6/18.  That is a really nice long vacation but is probably a typo of some sort I guess. 

I just hope that the email and form was received properly.
« Last Edit: March 20, 2019, 05:11:47 pm by Housedad »
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Re: Wave 2019 - Over 100 Prizes worth <$375k
« Reply #152 on: March 20, 2019, 01:15:41 pm »
So are the scopes they give away typically fully optioned up or just the base models?

I believe it said it was fully optioned just like the BV-L's. The BenchVue licenses are fully optioned.
 

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Re: Wave 2019 - Over 100 Prizes worth <$375k
« Reply #153 on: March 21, 2019, 11:48:06 am »
Thanks! I do have an EE degree, but have really enjoyed trying out the marketing thing! I always hated marketing stuff (like a good engineer should  :-DD), but later found out I just hated bad marketing!
Also, my time spent on this forum is ad hoc and not an official mandate from on-high. What can I say, you all make me feel at home :).

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Offline Keysight DanielBogdanoff

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Re: Wave 2019 - Over 100 Prizes worth <$375k
« Reply #154 on: March 22, 2019, 08:11:24 am »
Delivery will probably take a while. We bribe work with our factory and use some special processes that are outside of our normal fulfillment activities. We also try to make sure we aren't messing up any orders/stocking by sending out prizes.

So are the scopes they give away typically fully optioned up or just the base models?

I'm like 98% sure the prize scopes come with options. If yours doesn't let me or Boon know and we'll make sure to get them to you.


Also, after I sent in the release forms they required, I received a confirmation email back.  But it was an automatic reply and  said the person was on vacation and out of the office until 6/18.  That is a really nice long vacation but is probably a typo of some sort I guess. 

Typo! Boon also picked up some malware from one of the forms from someone, so he's been in IT jail this week. If you sent it he got it.


Somehow I got lucky for the first time in forever and won a scope on the 11th.  I've been studying the manual ever since I found out and I'm hoping to make a thread about it when it comes in.    The email said it will take a while, though.  It gives me time to get to know it on paper first.

Huge thanks to Dave and all the Keysight team!!
That's because Daniel is delivering them personally on his bicycle.
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Man, he must be good!  It's a LOOONG way from Colorado Springs  to New Jersey!!!

I actually make air deliveries on my bike, and I've never been accused of being a slow biker :) ( https://imgur.com/a/MByMZYy )
 
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Re: Wave 2019 - Over 100 Prizes worth <$375k
« Reply #155 on: March 22, 2019, 08:47:59 am »
I actually make air deliveries on my bike, and I've never been accused of being a slow biker :)



Possible sighting of the deliveries of all that Keysight alien technology....Maybe we'll have to rename it the EETblog.
 
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Re: Wave 2019 - Over 100 Prizes worth <$375k
« Reply #156 on: March 28, 2019, 02:11:14 pm »
South Asia Pacific region Wave contest winners are posted at the end of the list here now https://connectlp.keysight.com/Wave_2019_Winners?cmpid=postWave2019list but it doesn't say what prize each person won. Any chance this can be updated?
 


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