From: Fred Balistreri (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Nov 15 1999 - 15:05:44 PST
Mark Randol wrote:
> Some random thoughts...
> Vendors, if you want to advertise your product, show how it would
> apply to a question/issue being discussed AND show some results.
> If you don't have any results, but have non-commercial inputs,
> make 'em. It helps the technical discussions (hopefully), helps
> your knowledge of your tool, and shows how your tool is capable
> of solving "real world" problems.
> I wouldn't expect a Master's thesis, but some data is lots better
> than pretty pictures in a flyer IMHO. If you've got plots or
> other data, post 'em to a web page and cite the link. If for
> some corporate reason that's not possible, I'm reasonably sure
> some other arrangements can be made.
> If it looks more involved than something reasonably quick,
> perhaps an email to the thread originator and publishing a formal
> paper is more appropriate.
> Mark Randol, RF Measurements Engineer
> Motorola SPS, Inc.
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