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Antenna chambers: their real purpose February 11, 2011

Posted by mareserinitatis in engineerblogs.org, engineering, humor.
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Mike is the manager of our RFID and Wireless Sensors Lab, which is where our anechoic measurement chamber is located.  However, the lab itself is in a different building than where our offices are, so when we need some measurements taken, he has to go to the other building.

Today, I found out what he’s really doing over there:

Anyway, if you haven’t seen it before, you might want to check out the comic strip Return to Zero over at EEWeb.

And while we’re on the topic of engineering, I have post up today at EngineerBlogs.org about Lillian Gilbreth, one of the earliest and most prolific researchers into management engineering.  Please check it out, along with the posts this week that talk about how we got into engineering.  In particular, we have a guest post from Paul Clarke.

And then enjoy your weekend.

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