From: AA ([email protected])
Date: Fri Mar 30 2001 - 16:43:02 PST
DEAR SI list subscribers,
Can any one explain to me how you can recover a
periodic signal form only 2 samples. I can understand
the math but I am having difficulty visualizing this.
Draw me any 2 points in the time domain and I can make
endless number of periodic signal go through them?
I know I am missing a key point but I can quite put my
finger on it.
Your input is very well appreciated.
--- Heinz Blennemann <[email protected]> wrote:
> [email protected]
> OPENING: Juniper Networks: Electrical/optical
> signal-integrity engineer
> The engineer would be responsible for technology
> and signal integrity
> for both electrical and optical
> hardware/interfaces, including
> providing design rules to meet high speed timing
> and noise budgets
> optical and electrical technology/component
> - understand the communication standards (Sonet
> - drive technology issues necessary for
> selecting electro-optical
> transmitter/receiver modules (critical to
> Juniper's router
> - test and verify in lab
> In the course of the project, to initially perform
> the necessary analysis,
> suggest and evaluate competing technologies. By
> developing noise and
> timing budgets, to propose routing rules. During
> the design phase,
> to run field solvers and SPICE to update the
> budgets and the resulting
> rules. Finally, in the lab, to perform
> measurements using
> high-speed scopes TDRs, and jitter analyzers to
> verify operation
> and to verify assumptions made in earlier parts of
> the design.
> Separately, a position for an electrical signal
> integrity engineer
> is also available.
> - BS in EE (MS or Ph.D. preferred)
> - a solid understanding of circuits, analog
> behavior, and
> transmission line fundamentals, and optics
> - demonstrated practical expertise in optical and
> measurements/design and signal integrity,
> in such areas as interconnect technolology,
> measurement techniques
> - ideally, experience in high-speed system design
> in communications
> COMPANY DESCRIPTION
> Juniper Networks Inc., is a leading provider of
> next-generation Internet
> infrastructure systems designed to meet the
> scalability, performance,
> density, and compatibility requirements of rapidly
> optically-enabled IP networks. The company's
> purpose-built M160 Internet
> backbone router uses JUNOS software, ASICs, and
> wire-rate performance to
> provide new Internet infrastructure solutions for
> service providers. The
> M160 router is used by some of the world's leading
> service providers.
> Juniper Networks service and manufacturing teams,
> and Internet engineers
> support the M160 router. The company is
> headquartered in Sunnyvale,
> California, with international offices in the UK,
> Japan and The
> Netherlands. For more information on Juniper
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