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Attention Engineer! Your boss wants you to model a complicated system, design a device to counteract system instabilities and reach set points, work with manufacturers and distributors to fabricate a prototype, and then test and confirm that your device works according to the desired specifications. And he wants this done pronto

So you make a plan: First you’ll measure the response of the system with a few instruments, then spend countless hours modeling the system parameters in the time domain. You’ll grapple with every element of the model to design a device capable of attenuating the system response, then fabricate and test the device, which will, of course, require extensive re-calibration. Then you’ll test and tweak your device until you’ve finally met the desired specifications and are ready to pitch the device to the customer. All the while, you’ll be bouncing from one software to another, trying to keep your data and results organized. That’s just how it’s always been done, right? Not anymore. With a simple modification, you just might be able to drastically improve your efficiency and your customers’ confidence in your work product. Moving your analysis into the frequency domain might mean the difference between hours of extensive calculus and a just little bit of algebra at the touch of a button.

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