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Offline AF6LJ

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Thanks for all the comments. I will keep them in mind.

I want to replace the HDD, fix the LCD screen with LED backlight and possibly tackle the PLL issue. Maybe make another video out of it.

That would be good; looking forward to the video.
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We all know that Poochie does the hard work of fixing the issues that stump Shahriar.  :)
 

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In the meantime, I am studying more on the uses of this instrument.

Finally made the decision (at 42 years old) to finish my EE degree and go on to get a masters. Since I spend most of my days learning, I figured I should add some structure and get some credit for the effort.

Sharir, you have been a considerable inspiration to do this.
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We all know that Poochie does the hard work of fixing the issues that stump Shahriar.  :)

The other day I was working on a broken scope and there was a small connector with a short cable attached to it. When I was trying to close everything up I could not find that cable no matter what. Eventually I gave up and made one from the parts in the lab. Next day when I went to feed Pooch, it was in his food bowl. He keeps taking stuff and putting it in his food bowl!  :-//

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Again a very interesting video!  Thank you!
 

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In the meantime, I am studying more on the uses of this instrument.
Finally made the decision (at 42 years old) to finish my EE degree and go on to get a masters. Since I spend most of my days learning, I figured I should add some structure and get some credit for the effort.
Sharir, you have been a considerable inspiration to do this.

Thank you, I hold this type of compliment in the highest regard. My intention for starting The Signal Path has always been to provide free education and (humbly) some inspiration.

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In the meantime, I am studying more on the uses of this instrument.
Finally made the decision (at 42 years old) to finish my EE degree and go on to get a masters. Since I spend most of my days learning, I figured I should add some structure and get some credit for the effort.
Sharir, you have been a considerable inspiration to do this.

Thank you, I hold this type of compliment in the highest regard. My intention for starting The Signal Path has always been to provide free education and (humbly) some inspiration.

Shahriar (spelled correctly this time)

I can see you blasting through sophisticated challenges because you have built up the knowledge, skills, and experience to make it seem easy. While I have been able to tackle some big challenges, every step of the process is a learning experience. The end result is that it takes me a long time to get what I want and many times it is just too far out of my intellectual reach to be practical. I really don't like running into my own limitations. Those limitations are considerable since I don't have the foundation - my self-education is full of holes.

I may be the only kid in class with an electronics design and manufacturing business. No problem finding lab partners.
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I want to replace the HDD, fix the LCD screen with LED backlight and possibly tackle the PLL issue. Maybe make another video out of it.

That's sounds great. Lots of stuff out there that could use similar HDD and LCD fixes.
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We all know that Poochie does the hard work of fixing the issues that stump Shahriar.  :)

The other day I was working on a broken scope and there was a small connector with a short cable attached to it. When I was trying to close everything up I could not find that cable no matter what. Eventually I gave up and made one from the parts in the lab. Next day when I went to feed Pooch, it was in his food bowl. He keeps taking stuff and putting it in his food bowl!  :-//
My former Cat Kayles use to do that. She loved to tune around on my amateur radio.
I also have a Weller hand piece she has chewed up the outer silicone jacket on.
I miss my Cat.

Yes that is her in my avatar. :)
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He keeps taking stuff and putting it in his food bowl!

He just contributes his part of help. Instead of looking for stuff everywhere, you will just need to check one place to find needed things!  ;)
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We all know that Poochie does the hard work of fixing the issues that stump Shahriar.  :)

The other day I was working on a broken scope and there was a small connector with a short cable attached to it. When I was trying to close everything up I could not find that cable no matter what. Eventually I gave up and made one from the parts in the lab. Next day when I went to feed Pooch, it was in his food bowl. He keeps taking stuff and putting it in his food bowl!  :-//


You're lucky, my cat puts everything in his water bowl.
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