New spectrum analyzer page

I’ve decided to move spectrum analyzer posts onto their own page.  I’ve been getting complaints from approx. 25% of my readership (hi, Katie) that I’m crossing the line to “too nerdy”.  So, I’ll let you opt-in to hearing about it.  The page is available under the title banner, near the “about” and “thesis” page.  I’ll write sub pages for each module.  Unfortunately, I don’t think there’s a way to make an RSS feed of changes to this page, so if you’re interested you’ll just have to check in occasionally.  I’ll also post when it’s all done, so there is that to look forward to.  Anyway, that’s all.  🙂

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  1. #1 by Arwen on April 20, 2010 - 6:24 am

    I thought the entire point of the blog was to allow an outlet for your nerdiness?

  2. #2 by admin on April 20, 2010 - 7:06 am


    It is. However, it’s really that I don’t want to spam the main blog page with the TONS of updates that’ll be necessary to complete the device. There are 13 more boards left to test, and when each is done I’ll post about what it does and it’s testing procedure. That’s not even including the cavity filter that I have to make from brass pipe, and the enclosure…. the list goes on and on. So, while I like to make fun of Katie a little, there’s more of a reason. I will, however, post when there’s something interesting like the cavity filter.

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