B&B Electronics Thanksgiving Feast
‘Tis the season to be thankful here in the US. And while every family has its own peculiar way of celebrating Thanksgiving, some traditions are universal. So here’s what those of you on the other side of the Atlantic will be missing while we’re off celebrating on Thursday.
Family gatherings – whether you enjoy their company or not, this is the day you spend with family. Parents, mother-in-laws, cousins and even crazy Uncle Jim.
Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade - one of the largest parades of the year, and a rare opportunity to see a 20 meter Spongebob balloon run amuck.
Football (US style that is, where the ball is oblong and we don’t really use our feet) - wall to wall games give you the chance to tune out the in-laws chatter while you watch game after game.
And Thanksgiving is all about eating – something we excel at here in the fruited plains. Turkey is the entree of choice for the Thanksgiving feast. While we look forward to the Thanksgiving bird, this is the only time of the year that we ever actually have it, which leads one to wonder how good it can really be.
So while off enjoying my Thanksgiving feast and being thankful for all I have, all of us here at B&B Electronics are thankful to have such great customers. While we can’t offer you a slice of the Thanksgiving turkey, we are offering a virtual feast of our techie tidbits. Please partake in our huge paper inventory, a bountiful selection of technical guidance on topics to make your job easier.
For a starter, I’ll tempt your pallet with our extensive collection on RS-485 systems. The RS-422/485 Application Note is the ultimate reference and a meal in itself, but if you have a lighter appetite you’ll find numerous one-pagers that will ensure your RS-485 system works right the first time:
Once the feeding frenzy starts you can't stop. Our main course will turn any cracker nibbler into and a gluttonous gorger. Our Ethernet Basics will fill you to the brim with everything Ethernet:
Then loosen your belt and sit back for some scrumptious dessert. You can't say no to this article that will teach you all the fundamentals of wireless 802.11 systems. Mmmmmm good: