Bossman's looking for one or two more people that: 1. Fit the team in mindset (this is a bit wishy washy and probably requires meeting and such, but is very important in our small team none the less); 2. Have a good intuition with EE/Measurement, i.e. What does a number mean and is that bad or good and easily understand new knobs and dials. 3. Have a reasonable degree of initiative
@ThePhoton The main thing right now that we need is people who can help out here. We are having a lot of issues, one is delays on my end, another is Newport equipment that keeps failing. In the first months we need people that are here to fiddle around and solve issues and take up some of the load from other people
I'm happy to ask if he could use a remote wiseguy in the near future, but what I know of it right now would make me think that won't work for the issues we are solving now
We have one LabTechChiefGuy who does a great job, but with all the issues going on with all the machines and all kinds of "Ah, we didn't know that yet... ehhh" stuff, he needs help from anyone who can, but if one of us helps him, that means other stuff that's already delayed gets much worse, so one point or another, we just need more hands!
Ideally I need something that gets set-up, is safe with not too much effort, reliably sends me an e-mail when someone orders something or posts a question and then has enough easy interfacing to quickly add products, links between products and group them into properties
A bit like prestashop, but not made by Frenchies and/or for US purposes (wrong tax system -> very annoying to work with) and without being hacked every other weekend
You can visit whenever you want, whether bossman makes time for you is entirely up to him
Nothing to do with me
I know that if I tell him "This person is good, awesome and skillful in all respects" he will make room in his calendar on the spot, but that's also because I'm not easy to convince for saying that about someone
Right, I had an incling, but sometimes you may use a 0ohm to achieve tiny buts of intentional distortion, since you also had the no_load caps, you could be doing weird tricky things with pads and what not :-)
I'm thinking @PlasmaHH may have already had his relaxation beer
"In addition to the ramping functions, there is also the capability to use a terminal to add phase or frequency modulation that can be done by itself or added on top of the waveforms created by the ramp generation functions."
But nowhere any description of the voltage range on the pin that produces the function, how to fiigure out the frequency/phase deviation, ....
@Asmyldof Yes, there's inputs TRIG1 and TRIG2, and there's internal control signals TRIGA and TRIGB. You have to set a register to connect one of the inputs to the internal signal. And also all ramping is is off by default. (And I've done a hex dump to be sure the chip actually comes up in the documented default configuration)
I still really like being able to call the doctor, have an appointment the same day, get a referral for the hospital for an examination that gets done within the week, often the next day, get results in 2 to 5 working days and pay a whopping maximum of € 350 per year, or € 0 depending on the reason for the exam
To clarify: We have a obligatory annual 350 that you have to pay yourself, in some cases. So if I get medicine that's not refunded in base, and it costs € 50, I have to pay 50. If I then get something that costs 120, I pay 120. But if I then do a test that would cost 500, I have already used 170 of my annuals, which means I only have to pay another 180
And it's pay-back-to-insurance for most, if not all, companies, so usually it takes 45 to 60 days from getting the meds to having to have paid the bill back
Hope it helps when there's more Care Insurance voting: it's awesomesaucestuffs!