I just read a post you put in about having your testicles removed.
I'm due to have this done this summer. A bit nervous but in the long term I'm hopefully going to be a lot more comfortable as I think like you my meds are reacting with testosterone. I'll move onto HRT afterwards.
Makes sense. In our project we're running off batteries, And we're using a standard Voltage Regulator to go from out 7.2V to 5V all our electronics run. The only problem is that it's consuming 2A. So the reg gets rather warm. Hasn't blown yet, and is in spec (rated to do 3A). But I'm still concerned, even if we have attached a nice heatsink to it.
I've only worked in one office over summer, But that was purely software that was in any technical depth. Did learn a lot there, but a lot I learnt on my own more than that from a mentor. Mostly as I only asked questions when stuck. But I am not too sure if whatever I work on next that I will be as independent. But the software was used for the marketing of their RF filters. So I gained a little experience there at any time my project was reviewed. But I really had to be walked through certain aspects of what makes a good RF filter. I guess some things people are better at than others.
I have no real sense on analog stuff beyond basic filters, amplifiers and transmission lines. I Really like my digital stuff, especially when it comes to signal processing. I still find that stuff amazing, it's really the part of the complex magic of modern electronics that I understand well. So it's got it's place in modern digital Radio systems .
But what do you mean power to the RF chips? You mean give it a strong baseband signal, without overdriving the Transmitter?
But as a student Engineer, still feel some what unprepared. There is a lot of stuff to learn. But I suppose that's engineering in a nut shell, got to keep on top of your game using new techniques and strategies.