These tech-centric jokes,
song parodies, anecdotes and assorted humor have been collected from friends and
websites across the Internet. This humor is light-hearted and sometimes slightly
offensive to the easily-offended, so you are forewarned. It is all workplace-safe.
in the early days of creating "art" with waveforms, the best that could be done was making some spiffy Lissajous patterns
on an oscilloscope by driving the x- and y- axes with various inputs. Lissajous curves are the ones that look like
they were made with a child's
Spirograph. Really high-end waveform artists figured out how to drive the z-axis (intensity) to blank out the
pattern in the right places to draw more sophisticated pictures. As is usually the case, with the passage of time
comes an evolution to higher-order applications, like orchestrated Lissajous
Sometime, however, artwork appears quite by accident and takes a sharp-eyed observer to recognize
the image for what it is. Think of all the images of Mary that have been found everywhere from a
stained subway wall
to a grilled cheese sandwich.
Now, RF Cafe
visitor Tony T. has had just such a revelation while viewing a multi-carrier waveform for WCDMA on an Agilent spectrum
analyzer. He has titled it, "One Finger Salute." Maybe that waveform was trying to tell him something...
|"One Carrier Salute"
by Tony T.
Have you seen my Smith Chart Art
How about the Technical Tattoos
There are many videos posted online from people who have created