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LAN interface driver catch-22

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by Rich Grise, Oct 18, 2006.

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  1. Yaknow, Jim, I think the problem is the automatted test equipment. it
    tests and records the line every night, so it establishes a baseline.
    then, you get something that takes a few weeks to get in there, and it
    slowly moves the baseline. Then, finally, it starts effecting things,
    but the test gear says everything is okey-dokey... :cool:

    It is only when you have someone actually MANUALLY take a look at the
    line that he notices the tip ground... :cool:


  2. That's because everybody in town hates you, but the tech was intimidated
    by you.

    What an accomplishment!
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