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Hip hip hooray for Keyzermas Vacation!
- Jeff has been attending a lot of events in 2019
- IEEE EMC in New Orleans
- Chaos Camp
- Jeff is no longer at Valve, since February of 2019.
- He’s been spending his time learning Solidworks and updating his Altium knowledge/license.
- Why Solidworks vs Fusion?
- The new normal of using different tools within companies, especially with groups inside of companies acting like startups
- David is moving on to greener pastures, so Dave will be doing software for the uSupply. This was the genesis behind the install video of tools.
- Sci.py is over 1 GB
- Chris was asking on twitter what people are looking to learn. What about you?
- “Jeff’s Makin Widgets”
- Everyone should have a 3D printer
- Wants to work on flex and rigid flex
- Losing skills once leaving the big companies
- What is this thing subreddit
- SMA and 3.5 mm connectors
- EMC far field vs near field
- Up close is a magnetic field (H field)
- It doesn’t become EMC until a certain distance from the board
- Based on the wavelength of the frequency
- “The antenna is just a piece of bent metal”
- Antenna we discussed
- EMC crash cart in Henry Ott’s book
- At the symposium Jeff was at a session on low cost tools
- EMC society in Seattle
- Dave has been inside Australia’s largest chamber_
- Using firmware to reduce EMC issues
- Minimum pieces of flair
- If you design it not to emit, you are not going to be susceptible
- Keeping loops tight
- Qi charging
- Jeff working on cars
- Metal casting
- Bob Simpson on The Amp Hour talking about converting his BMW
- Sinclair C5
- Tom Lee
- 2019 was the year of long lead time for components
- How long will through hole components stick around?
- Find Jeff on various parts of the internet:
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probably out of context.
the projector is here.
build it or I’m telling the chinese.
Have antennas in the range Dave is looking for. Thanks for link to ott book .