Daily Archives: November 28, 2013

New RF-Toolbox update available – Happy Thanksgiving!

This RF-Toolbox update 6.08.01 includes the following changes and additions:

This tool helps to create a certain value by calculating various combinations of serial or parallel connected components. This is especially useful if you can’t find a component with a certain value in your shack or if you need to create a value outside the E-Series standard.

This new tool converts values based on the instrumentation systems 4-20mA DC standard.

For some input fields it was not possible yet to enter negative values. Now, the special keyboard has received a minus sign in the top bar.

Especially for the PCB trace calculation, thickness can now be entered in oz/ft² .

The trigonometric functions like sin() and cos() can now calculate in radians and degrees and there is a new button which can be used to switch between these two. However, the degree button ° can still be used to convert values from degree to radians, thus when set to radians and calculating sin(45°) results in the same value as if the calculation is set to degree and entering sin(45) .

The unit tool now remembers previously selected unit types and units.

And as usual, there were many other minor changes and corrections.

Some new tools are already under development.

If you find an issue, have a new idea or if you are missing something, just let me know. Please just use the Support button in my app or on the app store.

If you like to support me, please don’t forget to write or update your review as it is only valid for the current version.

Finally to all of you in the US Happy Thanksgiving to you and your families!

Thanks again for all your mails and support.

Kind regards,

Marcus