After the initial parameters were determined by our Process Boundary Analysis® techinique, our design team began to break the design down into smaller parts so each design sub-team could focus on the different aspects of the device. Teams were assigned to handle human interface components, device containment structure, signal transmission conduits, etc. But the real heart of the device was assigned to the senior members of the design team: The Borbely Tube Control Grid. Here lay the very brains of the device. Yes, the Borbely Tube Control Grid was going to make or break this entire concept. Again, here is an early design document showing the integretion of the Borbely Tube with the MOSFET Op Amps to produce the control grid. The only questions were:
1) Could the Borbely Tube footprint be squeezed into a reasonably-sized control device and 2) could mass production bring down the per-unit cost of the Borbely Tubes to be used?
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