[eagle] Re: Status update and request for action
rwmcgwier at comcast.net
Tue May 29 07:41:35 PDT 2007
And you would be absolutely right. Since John developed the
requirements document in concert with engineering management to meet the
requirements we wanted (PAVE PAWS immunization, support SDX, etc.)
aren't we glad that we have followed this procedure? We will again.
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Juan Rivera wrote:
> Its no reflection on you but I still feel that it is fundamentallky
> wrong for the designers and builders to create the requirements
> document. It's an issue of customer vs. supplier. The requirements
> should be supplied by the customer (AMSAT management). Then the folks
> that are tasked with designing and building the device should generate a
> plan to meet the requirements.
> I'd post this on the AMSAT/Eagle newsgroup if I was on that list but I'm
> 73, Juan
> On 5/26/07, *John B. Stephensen* <kd6ozh at comcast.net
> <mailto:kd6ozh at comcast.net>> wrote:
> I think that the next step in the development of the 70 cm receiver
> needs to
> be updating the requirements document and getting it approved by
> those who
> will interface to the receiver. It was written over a year ago and
> have changed. In my mind, there are several issues that need to be
> 1) Storing the frequency setting.
> 2) Phase noise.
> 3) Frequency reference failure detection and switchover.
> 4) Thermal environment.
> 5) Waiving the hardware telecommand decoding requirement.
> I'm in the process of updating the document and should done done in
> the next
> few days.
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