Posts by Robert

Outsourcing Electronic Design Projects

Posted by on Mar 15, 2014 in Electronic Design, News | 0 comments

Outsourcing Electronic Design Projects

Electronic design projects usually use a group of software tools in the design of electronic systems including integrated circuits, printed circuit boards and electronic products from appliances to weapons. Suffice it to say that the technology is a crucial component of the manufacturing process across diverse industries. But not every company has the capability in technologies, manpower and resources to undertake projects on their own, thus, the necessity for outsourcing. In itself, outsourcing has several benefits including tapping into the proven technologies, manpower and networks of...

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How Mechanical Design Will Always Be Relevant

Posted by on Feb 28, 2014 in Mechanical Design | 0 comments

How Mechanical Design Will Always Be Relevant

With the modern age becoming increasingly digital, one of the questions we at RF3 Design Ltd is whether the mechanical design work we do is getting less in demand. This isn’t at all the case, for a couple of very important reasons. Today we’re taking a few minutes to tell you why good old fashioned hardware will never die out: Mechanical Design: Analogue Machinery in the Digital Age It’s likely that you’re working much more with digital equipment these days, but the fact remains that without good old fashioned mechanical design, our lives would be vastly different...

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How Bad Electronic Design Invented Rock n Roll

Posted by on Jan 15, 2014 in Electronic Design | 0 comments

How Bad Electronic Design Invented Rock n Roll

Musicians are weird. Back in the early days of electrical music amplification, the aim of amplifiers was to increase the volume of instruments without adding or taking away any tone. Vacuum tubes, or valves, we used. These glass tubes waste energy by creating both light and heat – they also changed the tone of the instruments. Theoretically speaking, this is an example of awful electronic design. It was thought of as a terrible problem until the birth of rock music, which actually took the inaccurate tone amplification, or ‘distortion’, and sought to not only utilise it but...

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Using Electronic Design to Further Your WiFi

Posted by on Jan 15, 2014 in Electronic Design, News | 0 comments

Using Electronic Design to Further Your WiFi

It seems like the ultimate First World Problem – WiFi speeds and reach don’t always match our expectations. However, especially in the business world, speed and efficiency are the lifeblood of your organisation, and can make the difference between a good working environment and a very good working environment. At home, strong, broad WiFi signal can mean fewer arguments – the kids can stream media, Skype, download and browse to their heart’s content all at the same time, while you relax with your tablet or laptop elsewhere, winding down after a hard day. Compare this to...

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Electronic Design in a New Product – RF3 Design Derby

Posted by on Dec 20, 2013 in Mechanical Design | 0 comments

Electronic Design in a New Product – RF3 Design Derby

A new electrical product can have everything going for it – strong marketing, little direct competition, and a good visibility campaign, but if its electronic design isn’t absolutely perfect, then the product could be victim to faults, unnecessarily expensive components, or heat and power problems which can cause a product to fail. Electronic design is essential to make sure that an electrical product can be produced as cheaply and is as economical with its power consumption as possible. Electronic Design – Simplicity and Innovation is Key There have been many cases of...

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