Re: Tesla and Measurements.


You are correct in all of you assumptions at the end of this piece.  You sum 
it all up quite well.  The difficulty is, of course, turning all these ideas 
into usable hardware.  The problem is one of both artistry (synergistic 
balance gained by the "doing") and engineering (full knowledge of the 
scientific principals involved).  Any real good "firing line" engineer comes 
to value the required fudge factors which make his job as much of a 
practiced art as one involving application of physical principals.  This 
system has a lot of degrees of freedom (computational nightmare).  Most the 
these are not too important, but the ones that are really make it such that 
the human mind tempered with experience is probably the best integrating 
engine for system design.

Richard Hull, TCBOR
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Subject: Re: Tesla and Measurements.
Date: Monday, March 25, 1996 8:02PM