This is the beginning of our discussion of how we plan to use integrated circuits to generate a continuously updated data stream of the position of a piston head inside its cylinder. More is coming soon.
Below is the SketchUP drawing file that you can download (we hope).
We do again encourage our interested readers to go to the Trimble website and download the actual working program named: SketchUP. Currently, there is a free version of this program, though the paid version has more capabilities (disclaimer: we have zero connection to SketchUP or any of the Trimble companies).
The main advantage of this approach is that you could then download our SketchUP drawing below and then open the drawing in your own version of SketchUP and view it from whatever point of view that you find to be most helpful to you in understanding our concept(s).
Enjoy, we hope to have more SketchUP drawing files on this website soon. The link below named: Piston Based Transceiver with text v68 is a Sketchup drawing file, in order to “see” it, you will need to download it and then open it with Sketchup.
Here’s an updated version of this Sketchup drawing. It is a Sketchup 2018 drawing file. 12 mb This is a Sketchup 2018 drawing file named: Piston BasedTransceiver shown in cylinder with text v94.skp
Below are some image files created using KeyShot v7. The real image files are large and so I renamed them from filename.png to filename.pnq. The way to “see” them is to download them as pnq files and then rename these pnq files on your computer back to png files. Then the image viewer of your computer should be able to open them. Enjoy!
9mb sp-52 40 samples from Sketchup v93 Piston based transceiver shown in cylinder v10.55.pnq
9mb sp-53 30 samples from Sketchup v91 Piston based transceiver shown in cylinder v9.44.pnq