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Friday, January 28, 2005

UWB overview

a great UWB overview. Lots of links in the resource section

Standards and specs: A house divided

Thursday, January 27, 2005

Antenna firm making waves | The

Intelwave, Masoud's new company.

Antenna firm making waves | The

Monday, January 24, 2005

Parallel Port madness

yet another version control tool

Another one to take a look at...


Friday, January 14, 2005

mixed signal circuit simulation

The schematic capture editing is nice. I wish I had access to the tutorials that go along with the extensive examples.

TINA Pro Electronic Circuit Design software

Thursday, January 13, 2005

Todo lists

I want the end all be all todo list. I think I'm going to check this out.

(recommendation from

Life Balance software for Palm OS, Macintosh and Windows

GPRS Auto-Configuration in Wireless Wide Area Networks

Wednesday, January 12, 2005

Microsoft has their shit together on drivers

This is a lot for me to say, but Microsoft has come a long way- they have good driver support now.

How to Configure Device Manager to Display Detailed Information

Device Instalation FAQ


People building on the open source firmware in the Linksys WRT54G and charging for support/updates.

Do they make any money?

Sveasoft :: Index

Tuesday, January 11, 2005

DIY LCD projector

May be a good solution for Amy's class room.

Would be better if I had an unused 15 inch display...

Tom's Hardware Guide PCs & HowTo: Supersize Your TV for $300: Build Your Own XGA Projector! - Giant Wall Display

Monday, January 10, 2005

Software quality practices

An excellent artical with the stance that there is no one-size-fits-all for SQA. SQA practices should be decided upon per project, using risk based assesments.

When it comes to SQA, focus on the principles, not the practices. : Article info : Why Software Quality Assurance Practices Become Evil!

Friday, January 07, 2005

succinct serial port line definitions

courtesy of Google Definitions:
Data communications equipment (modem)

Data terminal equipment (computer)

An RS-232 modem interface control signal (sent from the modem to the DTE on pin 6) which indicates that the modem is connected to the telephone circuit. Usually a prerequisite to the DTE issuing RTS.

An RS232 modem interface control signal (sent from the DTE to the modem on pin 20) which indicates that the DTE is ready for data transmission and which requests that the modem be connected to the telephone circuit.

Clear To Send: When using DCE (Data Communications Equipment; a modem is a common example), the CTS indicates that the DCE is ready to accept data.

Slim Devices : Squeezebox : WiFi for your HiFi!

Thursday, January 06, 2005

...that the dog sings at all

“It’s not how well the dog sings but that the dog sings at

Author unknown to me, I just thought it was hilarious!

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AWicons Icon Editor

Despite the overly busy home page, this is an excellent icon editor.

Tuesday, January 04, 2005

| ARCchart | Blueprint : UMA to kill phone bill

Guidelines for Testing GSM and GPRS Devices

Monday, January 03, 2005

my first encounter with WIN2k3 group policies

Why am I trying to figure this stuff out?

As great as our IT guys are, remote IT != local IT

Domain Controllers Require the "Log on Locally" Group Policy Object for Terminal Services Client Connections

helmet cams

Why rent a helmet cam,, for $100 when you can own one,, for $170?