I'm not prone to sharing links to stuff I find interesting. The fact I am using Element14 forums to assist me in my research, I figured maybe the link would be appropriate.
Viewing the demo video was a trip down RF memory lane. I haven't used a time domain reflectometer (TDR) in over 20 years. The fact you can achieve the results with a slick device for $50 got me looking for my Amature Radio Handbook CD. Now there is a memory lane than is well grown over.
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I thought of discussing more about technical specs today as my first post since it's very common for those of us who have an idea (or concept) about bringing a product into the market to see what usually is the next step. Unless you are an engineer or have some technical background, you can spend some time to develop this yourself... technical specs basically describes functionalities, constraints/rules, interfacing and communication protocols for hardware, firmware and software syndromes, it also serves as an outline for the project. The reason I brought this up today is because most consumers who have an idea usually want to know what is the cost and timeline for developing a prototype and this tech specs also allows firms like us to come back with a quote (cost/timeline).