Tell me how you like my new office web-cam.
(If it's night in Sunnyvale, you may only see a black square; Come back
when we're out and about) Anyway, yeah, I do work, sometimes... Last
year, I finished a 3 year, 5 person project to design a spectrum analyzer.
I wrote about a third of the non-DSP code. It's mostly in C++, with a little
assembly stuff for the ISRs and low-level I/O stuff. I also worked with
Rajeev Rohatgi and Joe Wang to finish the SR844 RF Lock-in Amplifier.
Send a note to Bob at the office.
Click here to download this screen shot from our
new SR785 FFT network analyzer (14k GIF). The circuit under test is a 20kHz,
3rd order Butterworth high pass filter for the SR844... As you can see,
it's actually a 17.7kHz high pass, but the stop band is not too shabby
SRS has links to a variety
of research sites that might interest our customers...
Links to the rest of my homepage:
"Bob around the office" / Bob Baylor / firstname.lastname@example.org
Photos from a barbecue at John and Cynthia's house
last summer (1995, actually).
I put some of my favorite web links on a separate
page with no photos.
We went for a hike in the Sunol Regional Park
on February 18 (Presidents' Day, 1996).
See Kully and Brian have a housewarming party by