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From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Jim H)
Subject: Re: Bypass RS-485 shield--ESD problem??
Date: 5 Oct 2002 10:59:26 -0700
NNTP-Posting-Date: 5 Oct 2002 17:59:26 GMT
John Woodgate wrote in message news:...
> I read in sci.electronics.design that Jim H wrote (in
> ) about 'Bypass RS-485
> shield--ESD problem??', on Thu, 3 Oct 2002:
> > Well, you really want to attract Tim Williams, who has much more hands-
> on experience of data networks than I do. He has posted here
> occasionally. But you can read his book 'EMC for product designers'. (Go
> to Amazon and search.)
> In such a case I think you have to come clean with management and say
> that it's a tough job that will involve a number of changes at non-zero
> cost and inconvenience, but it will NEVER be reliable if they are not
First of all, thanks again for your poignant recommendations- of
course you are right! Since I am a few rungs down the totem pole from
the "digital" senior engineer who did the "designing" that is a tough
row to hoe. I will certainly try. For the meantime, I will take a
pocket full of ferrite beads and other such tricks to the lab and try
to plug the holes in the design dike with "band aids" as we yanks like
to call them. I still am lamenting the fact that engineering
graduates today have almost no understanding of analog - let alone RF.
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