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Sherlock Ohms
Content posted in July 2012
Robot Servo Errors Were Only Human
Sherlock Ohms 
7/31/2012  14 comments
Many things can go wrong with the robot welders, but all of those problems come from the humans.
Inaccurate Measurements Skew Data
Sherlock Ohms 
7/26/2012  13 comments
You can't overlook the obvious when testing cable, and don't assume you have the correct data.
The Turn Signal Wouldn’t Turn Off
Sherlock Ohms 
7/23/2012  9 comments
The turn signal on the RV trailer wouldn't turn off. Something in the wiring was messed up.
The Satellite Station Had a Screw Loose
Sherlock Ohms 
7/18/2012  10 comments
One missing gasket can make the difference between success and failure for a satellite earth station.
Case of the Strange Antenna Patterns
Sherlock Ohms 
7/10/2012  17 comments
When the plastic stand was replaced by a wooden stand during the testing of an antenna, everything went wrong.
Corrupt Data Filled the Air Waves
Sherlock Ohms 
7/9/2012  14 comments
The answer to the problem of corrupted data was a room full of powered-up personal computers.




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