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Re: May 23 Day 4: Detailed Look at Wireless Technology for Automation & Control
Digital_Angel_316@yahoo.com   5/23/2013 2:48:04 PM
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@UBM -- content directors, curriculum advisors, course responsible individuals --

After two dozen digi-key CEC classes archived online, the material does not seem to flow well in a programmatic sense.  Early coverage of general concepts of networks, topologies, tradeoffs and such as one simple example, would provide for much greater depth of content in later classes.  If development classes are planned for Fall 2013, it would be nice to generate a list of pre-requisite classes and review content to minimize replication / maximize focus, content depth.

Thanks to UBM, Digi-Key, the presenter-lecturers and the excellent interaction of the attendees for these very useful and insightful classes -- and for archiving them.



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