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Figure 38-9: The Manage Job Categories dialog enables you to maintain the job categories used when you define a new job. You can also use the Manage Job Categories dialog box to remove existing job categories. Highlight the job category that you want to delete and click Delete. In addition, you can see a list of the jobs currently assigned to a particular category. Highlight the job category you want to view and click View Jobs. Add additional jobs to a category by checking the job s entry in the Select column of the New Job Category dialog box.
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the gap that was made when cutting the trace. Using this technique and a combination of ferrite bead and a resistor and/or capacitor can significantly reduce the RF energy content within a transmission line, providing for quick identification of a suspected problem area. For differential-mode noise, use of a shunt element such as a capacitor may be required. For this situation, scrape away the solder mask from the transmission line and nearest ground reference and connect the capacitor between these two areas. For bypassing or shunting effects, place an oscilloscope probe tip on the suspected pin or trace and the other end of the probe on the nearest signal ground connection. This type of probe configuration consists of a series inductor/capacitor circuit as mentioned earlier or a single capacitor. The probe can quickly be used to optimize the location for placement of a bypass component. One can also touch a capacitive probe tip along every pin or pin-to-trace to see what effects occur. Using this technique may make the circuit nonfunctional, which is acceptable, since what is being achieved is location of a fault area containing unwanted RF energy, not system operation. 9.3.5 Tweezers Probe A unique and highly efficient simple diagnostic probe can be created with an item usually found in the home or laboratory [5]. Creation of other unique probes and applications are unlimited and is left for one s imagination. The idea presented hopefully provides a catalyst for creativity on one s behalf. The tweezers probe consists of the following: 1. Metal tweezers 2. Suppression components (e.g., capacitors, ferrite beads, resistors) that can be used to touch a suspected pin or trace connected to the end of the tweezers 3. Optional switch For keeping leads as short as possible and for ease of manipulation, the modified tweezer probe is a highly efficient diagnostic probe. It is easy to locate a problem area using only one hand. Tweezers are inexpensive and readily available. The tweezers must be split apart at the joining end. For inexpensive (poor-quality) tweezers, this should be a matter of simply pulling them apart with minimal effort. For higher quality tweezers, one may have to drill the spot weld at the joined end in order to pull the two sides apart. After breaking the tweezers in two, place an insulator between the split halves. This insulator can be a piece of plastic or wood (Figures 9.19 and 20). The two ends are now reconnected using epoxy glue to the insulator. Be careful to leave exposed the end tip of each half (epoxy-free area) for soldering discrete components, if desired. As shown in the figure, a switch can also be added to allow band switching among several frequency ranges. One can connect a shunt capacitor between the bottom half of the tweezers or a series resistor, depending on application of use.
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