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SteveG56
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Re: Good logic
SteveG56   11/6/2012 4:58:36 PM
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Once we really focused on the problem it took about a day or so to figure it out, but we blamed it on bad connections, etc. for a couple of weeks.

Rob Spiegel
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Re: Good logic
Rob Spiegel   11/6/2012 4:31:02 PM
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When you did get to the right solution, Steve, it must have been a big "Ah ha" moment. Looking back you probably thought, "But of course!"

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Re: Good logic
JamesCAnder   11/6/2012 4:24:52 PM
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Mr Gross,

This is why engineers are paid so well, intuition and experience can solve a lot of issues.

I am in the same boat with SteveG56.. How long did it take you to figure out the issue?

I have a similar "Ghost in the machine" problem too.. Took me a month to realize it was noise in the surrounding environment. Along the way... my intuition took me on a snipe chase..

JC

SteveG56
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Re: Good logic
SteveG56   11/6/2012 4:05:34 PM
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Rob,  I don't want to tell you how long it took to make that deduction!

Steve

Rob Spiegel
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Good logic
Rob Spiegel   11/6/2012 2:13:22 PM
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This is a great example of deductive logic, chasing that one bit, and then coordinating the two clocks.

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