Bob Pease knew that a common engineer’s foible was to try and design our own test equipment rather than just buying it. Jim Williams was especially subject to this shortcoming since he started out as a lab equipment technician at MIT. To Williams, it was a point of pride to design and build your own test gear. There are two major
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