Meh.. just had this (lower M.2 drive in the pic) less than 4 year old (bought 2016/11) Intel 600p M.2 VNMe drive fail without any warning signs. The machine won't boot at all. Need to reinstall everything on a new (top drive in pic) 660p drive now...
A loop around #3, where the yellow 'channel' wasn't very clear or easy to recognize.
Then punched at the wrong control on #7 🙁
Next stop is firmaliiga on Tuesday.
And now an entry in the "Plan to throw one away" section.
RF Multiplexer, 8 inputs, 1 output, BNC-connectors, TE HF3 relays specified to 3 GHz, an ULN2803A to pull the relay-coil, and an SPI I/O expander to drive the ULN - should be easy - right?
Well no, PCB trace-geometry does strange things beyond VHF. I clearly don't grok UHF very well.
Onward towards version 2! (any thoughts and advice on simulation or trace-geometry optimizers appreciated!)
If you're into that game where you use long sticks to hit a small white ball into a hole in the ground, and would like to hear how Tom Watson, 60, is beating Tiger, head over to the very flashy masters.com.
Now, is the radio supposed to be on when it says "ON" (i.e. "click here to turn ON", or "I'm ON" ?), and the button is yellow and shows a "play"-arrow, or when it says "OFF" (i.e. "click here to turn OFF", or "I'm OFF"?), and the button is yellow and shows a "play"-arrow?
This wouldn't be a problem if there actually was audio at either setting, but having tried Firefox and Chromium under Ubuntu, and then Chrome, Firefox, 64-bit IE (which doesn't have Flash) and 32-bit IE on Windows 7, I still haven't heard any of the radio broadcast 🙁
Why oh why can't they send the radio broadcast over an open protocol so you can listen to it with VLC or some other generic player?
And, dear IBM-engineers, please re-do the radio UI, thanks.