Author Topic: Video Repair of PXI-2596, PXI-4461 & PXI-4071 Modules  (Read 8276 times)

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Offline Bud

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Re: Video Repair of PXI-2596, PXI-4461 & PXI-4071 Modules
« Reply #25 on: October 07, 2015, 01:00:14 am »
Speaking of the relays, at 8:20 it was said they have remarkable repeatability because they are mechanical, not solid state, which i find hard to believe (that mech ones are better)
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Re: Video Repair of PXI-2596, PXI-4461 & PXI-4071 Modules
« Reply #26 on: October 07, 2015, 01:59:54 am »
PXI ? SET IT ON FIRE !!

#$%(@*#$% overpriced craptional instrucrap crap.

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Re: Video Repair of PXI-2596, PXI-4461 & PXI-4071 Modules
« Reply #27 on: October 07, 2015, 04:53:34 am »
Speaking of the relays, at 8:20 it was said they have remarkable repeatability because they are mechanical, not solid state, which i find hard to believe (that mech ones are better)

At 26Ghz....a very carefully designed and constructed contact probably works better than silicon.  It is rather far out of my understanding, perhaps Shahriar can help decode that one. I have worked on many projects (as mechanical engineer) but was watching over the shoulders of the EE's dealing with 3Ghz digital and the delicate nature of that work. At 26 Ghz, its hard to imagine how delicate that is.
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