Am Mi, 19.04.2006, 16:44, schrieb ted creedon:
> Send me you resume.
>>>http://www.nomachine.com for the commercial version
>>>http://openfacts.berlios.de/index-en.phtml?title=FreeNX_FAQ for the open
>>>source version which uses the nomachine libraries
>>>NX is basically a client/server setup that intercepts X windows traffic
>>>communicates only screen updates speeding communications up 10-20X.
>>So you promote a xserver for windows, yes?
> And linux/unix.
>>>Selected users because the Agile simulator is licensed to me by the US
>>>It was written at Sarnoff Labs in the 1980's for the MMIC (Monolithic
>>>Microwave Integrated Circuit) Program and was used to simulate the GaAs
>>>used on the Aegis Destroyers and the F-15 and F-18 3D radars.
>>>It's the best Simulator I've seen. It has a neat built in optimizer and
>>>real electrical engineers who wrote is also verified the models
>>>It does not have schematic capture but does have a Network Description
>>>Language (NDL). It will also take measured sets of S Parameters (by
>>>frequency) from an Automatic Network Analyzer.
>>>I have local capability to do the same particularly single ended and
>>>differential line extraction using a Tek TDS8000 TDR (28ps risetime).
>>So is this about having Qucs there linked as an example X program for
>>the software you promote?
> I thought you might like to use Agile remotely to see how it works. I
> should be able to get permission from the Army. The manual is LaTex-> pdf.
I don't have direct access to the internet, just by webmail. So
I can't take this chance.
On the other hand: Which "army" actually? I am a bit suspicious with
this. Dont't mind, but this really sounds odd somehow.
Also, what do you want my resume for? I don't want to apply at the
army or something... :-)
>>So what do you need the LaTeX sources for?
> To add to the Agile
> documentation which I have converted to LaTex.
Hm. I think the Agile documentation does not come for free and is not
> When I get time I should be able to verify the Qucs interconnect models
> with a TDR.
This would be fine to verify some models by measurements....