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Nyquist Rate and Antialiasing Filter Explained

In mud pulse telemetry, we use a sync signal for synchronization. A commonly used sync signal are four equally spaced pulses. The sync signal allows us to align the data properly for decoding. After synchronization, pulse [..]
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Good Firmware Programming: Quantitative vs Qualitative

Write Software for others as you wish they would write for you.
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Wireframe, Mockups, and Prototypes

Before implementing a new feature in an application, it is common practice to create and wireframe and mockup first. These are visual preview of the app made without a time commitment towards any code. These can be used to [..]
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Simple Tips For Speeding Up Your SOLIDWORKS Work

Solidworks has many shortcuts and options built-in which drastically reduce the amount of clicking and menu operations required for drafting. However, I’ve been surprised to see some experienced engineers and drafters don’t [..]
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Transitioning from LabVIEW Developer to Firmware Developer

When I started at Erdos Miller, I did LabVIEW development for clients. One day, my boss asked how I would feel about doing a firmware project. I didn’t have any experience with firmware development but was up for the [..]
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A Tip on IDE Setup to Make Programming Easier

We have come a long way in computer programming over our history. There was a time when we inputted data into our refrigerator sized computers with holes punched into paper cards. Obviously, our tools for coding and [..]
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An Introduction To Responsive Design

If someone one were to say, they think it is very important for a website to be “responsive” what does that mean to you? I can tell you what I thought when I first heard the term “responsive website”.
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Implementing OAuth2 Authorization in LabVIEW

  What is OAuth2?
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