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William K.
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Slow cable?
William K.   6/30/2011 3:39:53 PM
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This point6s out the need to examine a cable suppliers product specifications and compare them with the requirements of the application, and not make a selection based soley on price. 

Very fortunately for this instance, selecting a slower data rate was an acceptable way to work around the problem.. Good detective work.

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Re: Have you solved a knotty engineering problem?
Jennifer Campbell   6/23/2011 2:46:44 PM
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It's also a great place to find solutions to those problems you just can't seem to figure out yourself!

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Have you solved a knotty engineering problem?
Rob Spiegel   6/23/2011 1:44:29 PM
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If you have solved a difficult or mysterious engineering problem, we would love to add your story to the Sherlock Ohms blog. The Sherlock blog is one of our most-read, most-commented-on features on the Design News site. This is a perfect place to show off your ingenuity.



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