I really enjoyed Mark Borgerding’s tips and techniques with DSPs at the September Section meeting. Mark presented some very useful and valuable information gained from his many years of experience. The Section wishes to extend a big “Thank you” to Mark Borgerding.

Our new web site is up and running thanks to a huge effort by Charles Nash. The URL is www.ieeecincinnati.org. Please check it out, and update the bookmark in your browser.

October’s meeting will be a tour of the new Technology and Education Center at FKI Logistex. The tour will feature various the state-of-the-art conveyor products of FKI Logistex. There is a lot of cool electrical and computer engineering only display. The tour is limited to 40 members, so make your reservation early.

IEEE recognizes your contributions to engineering by offering different levels of membership. If you have been an engineer for at least ten years and have contributed significantly (managed a project, written a paper, received a patent, etc.), you should apply to become a Senior Member. This recognition costs you nothing but the time to fill out the paperwork. In return, you receive a $25 coupon to IEEE and a very nice plaque, and you help the Section by increasing the funds we receive from IEEE. Please contact me for details.

See you at FKI Logistex on October 25.