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Not quite true that uC/embedded developers can not benefit from SA, they still have to get their product EMI compliant and they still have to find and fight weird interference induced glitches. Of course…
I notice that as usual dozens of first time applicants with no track record of contribution to E14 are applying for this road test. This is a case where it would be positively criminal to give…
Thank you to all the applicants; Agilent and TI have received all the proposals and will be making a decision within the next few days.
You would be correct, I too received one for the Agilent 33622A AWG blog challenge way back in March, it is an excellent DMM, the only down side to it so far (And its not really a down side) is it has a slow refresh rate of 2 or 3 per second which is significantly less than the 1272A but still very usable, oh and it shows scan lines on a video. Neither of these things detract from its usability and accuracy, I really love mine, I went and bought the Bluetooth adapter for it which then allows much better remote capabilities. Overall an excellent bonus prize
Today when I came home I had the pleasant surprise to find a package from Keysight Technologies. Next minute I opened it and inside I found a U1273A true RMS, 4 and 1/2 Digit Handheld Digital Multimeter With Organic LED Display. I assume that receiving this DMM is related to the review that I just wrote for the Agilent N9322C Spectrum Analyzer & TI CC11XLDK-868, and I would like to thank Keysight Technologies and TI for this surprise present and for giving me the opportunity to participate in this review, and I would also like to thank Element14 for organizing this road test review.
The N9322C spectrum analyzer arrived at my location on August 20th and the TI CC11XL development kit arrived two days later on August 22. I think Shabaz may have his kit, but I don't think Cosmin has his yet.
Based on normal road test protocol we can assume two months are available following receipt of equipment to post a complete review. Depending on when Cosmin receives his equipment the reviews should be complete near the end of October. Since this is an enhanced road test with a blogging component, can we please have the completion date for the TI project blogs also moved to near the end of October?
I've already started exploring the analyzer and the TI dev and both are showing lots of interesting capability already!