In the past year, many engineers have kept development schedules on track by working from home.
However, replicating the office engineering lab environment at home can be daunting and can also be a costly business. Whether analogue or digital, many developments engineers work on today require expensive, high bandwidth, high-performance test and measurement equipment. Providing such facilities in the central engineering lab is affordable but attempting to share that equipment with home-based engineers who frequently need access can be a logistical nightmare.
This article investigates the popular types of test and measurement equipment engineers require and shows that setting up a good set of tools for a home lab is not as expensive as it might appear.
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