A Jitter Education : An Assessment of the Freshman Jitter Intro

@inproceedings{INTRO2007AJE,
  title={A Jitter Education : An Assessment of the Freshman Jitter Intro},
  author={JITTER INTRO and Gene Harding},
  year={2007}
}
This is the third in a series of papers addressing jitter analysis education in the Electrical Engineering Technology (EET) curriculum. The first paper, “A Jitter Education: Finding a Place for Jitter Analysis in the EET Curriculum,” described the basic types of jitter, their underlying causes, jitter measurements and displays (two related but distinctly different topics), and proposed a spiral approach to incorporate jitter analysis into a four-year EET curriculum. 1 The second paper, “A… CONTINUE READING

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