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== Project Overview (1.) ==
 
== Project Overview (1.) ==
The purpose of the Wireless project is to develop an aircraft wireless receiver, for use by field operatives to receive orders and other communications from their command and control center.  
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The purpose of the Wireless project is to develop an apparatus to receive amplitude modulated (AM) signals in the commercial broadcast medium-wave spectrum of 530 kHz – 1710 kHz which requires no external power.
  
 
=== Project Strategy (1.1) ===
 
=== Project Strategy (1.1) ===
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Not estimated.
 
Not estimated.
  
=== Milestones (5.3) ===
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=== Milestone Table (5.3) ===
  
 
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| Release 5 (Field Service Kit) || 2013-01-05 || Field service parts kit  
 
| Release 5 (Field Service Kit) || 2013-01-05 || Field service parts kit  
 
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=== Release 1 - Prototype Printed-Circuit-Assembly ===
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Frank Mason (Engineering Project Coordinator) created an issue in Maestro to capture the initial document release for the Aircraft Wireless prototype. Frank closed the issue after Barcoe Jenks (Engineering Electronics Engineer) confirmed the design files had been uploaded to Maestro.
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'''Action'''
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The 10000001 Rev 00 Parts List was released with child parts and assemblies for building a small number of prototype units. The assembly included an earphone, wire for a stubby antenna and preliminary user manual, but no enclosure. Manufacturing process documentation included a product part breakdown structure diagram, a work instruction for packing beta test units and a work instruction for fabricating PN 20000001, a custom inductor.
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    Part Numbers
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    --- /home/maestro/scc/csv.old/pv_pn_details_sort.csv    2015-01-21 11:24:44.174648991 -0700
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    +++ /home/maestro/scc/csv/pv_pn_details_sort.csv        2015-01-21 11:24:44.825654256 -0700
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    +10000001,"ASSY,AIRCRAFT WIRELESS",
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    +20000001,"IND,830UH,AIRCRAFT WIRELESS",
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    +20000002,"PCB,AIRCRAFT WIRELESS",
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    +20000003,"PCA,AIRCRAFT WIRELESS",
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    +50000001,"DOC,USER,AIRCRAFT WIRELESS",
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    +90000001,"WIRE,MAGNET,38AWG,POLY",
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    +90000002,"MAG,FERRITE ROD,1/4IN X 4IN,MATL=61",
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    +90000003,"TAPE,ELECTRICAL,3/4"",BLUE,VINYL",
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    +90000004,"CONN,PHONE,F,MONO,PCB,3.5MM",
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    +90000005,"CAPV,150-230PF,TOP ADJUST,PCB",
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    +90000006,"DIO,SIG,GERM,0A95,AXIAL,D0-7,GLASS",
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    +90000007,"CAP,ELEC,10UF,16V,20%,RADIAL,ROHS",
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    +90000008,"CAP,CER,33PF,100V,10%,RADIAL,ROHS",
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    +90000009,"CAP,CER,3300PF,100V,10%,RADIAL,ROHS",
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    +90000010,"RES,AXIAL,2.0M,0.4W,1%,MF,ROHS",
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    +90000011,"RES,AXIAL,5.6M,0.4W,1%,MF,ROHS",
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    +90000012,"EARPH,MONO,HI-Z,3.5MM",
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    +90000013,"WIRE,SOLID,18AWG,WHITE,POLY",
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    Documents
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    >f+++++++++ 10000001/10000001_PBS-00.odg
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    >f+++++++++ 10000001/10000001_PBS-00.pdf
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    >f+++++++++ 10000001/10000001_WI-00.odt
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    >f+++++++++ 10000001/10000001_WI-00.pdf
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    >f+++++++++ 20000001/20000001_WI-00.odt
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    >f+++++++++ 20000001/20000001_WI-00.pdf
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    >f+++++++++ 20000001/20000001_WI-00_graphics.odg
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    >f+++++++++ 20000002/20000002_CAM-00.pdf
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    >f+++++++++ 20000002/20000002_CAM-00.zip
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    >f+++++++++ 20000002/20000002_QUO-00-APC-2004-12-23.pdf
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    >f+++++++++ 20000003/20000003_DSN-00.zip
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    >f+++++++++ 20000003/20000003_SCH-00.pdf
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    >f+++++++++ 50000001/50000001_DSN-00.odt
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    >f+++++++++ 50000001/50000001_DSN-00.pdf
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    >f+++++++++ 90000001/Belden-8085.pdf
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    >f+++++++++ 90000002/CWS-ByteMark-2009-12-04.pdf
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    >f+++++++++ 90000002/CWS-ByteMark-ferrite-appnote.pdf
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    >f+++++++++ 90000002/CWS-ByteMark-ferrite-datasheet.pdf
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    >f+++++++++ 90000003/MSDS-Scotch-Vinyl-Electrical-Tape-2007-01-05.pdf
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    >f+++++++++ 90000003/Scotch-Vinyl-Electrical-Tape.pdf
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    >f+++++++++ 90000004/DS-CUI-MJ-3536NG.pdf
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    >f+++++++++ 90000005/Sprague-Goodman-GM-Series.pdf
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    >f+++++++++ 90000006/Magnatec-OA95.pdf
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    >f+++++++++ 90000007/Panasonic-RadLead-KS.pdf
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    >f+++++++++ 90000008/AVX-Radial-SkyCap.pdf
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    >f+++++++++ 90000009/Kemet-Ceramic.pdf
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    >f+++++++++ 90000010/Vishay-5063JD-Spacemiser.pdf
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    >f+++++++++ 90000011/Vishay-5063JD-Spacemiser.pdf
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    >f+++++++++ 90000012/Maplin-crystal-earph-LB25C.pdf
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    >f+++++++++ 90000013/BICC-General-Carol-Hookup-Wire.pdf
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=== Release 2 - Revised PCB ===
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Tom Swift (Dir., Engineering) notices the printed circuit boards received for prototype construction don't match his notes, in particular the topology around the PCB-type inductor seems wrong. Tom double-checks and it appears the boards were made from the files sent for costing, not from the final design files. Tom creates an issue for the PCB while it's fresh in his mind (000028).
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The next day, Frank Mason sees Tom's new issue and creates a top-level issue of his own (000018) to collect Tom's issue and also the others that will undoubtedly come now that a new product iteration is being planned (by implication, as Tom's issue is a "blocker").
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Barcoe Jenks also sees Tom's issue (the issue is a new entry in Barcoe's assigned issues list, as Tom assigned the issue directly to Barcoe when he created it), and starts work on the resolution.
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'''Action'''
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The electrical schematic was revised to correct connectivity of the PCB-type inductor, the PCB design was revised to correct the inductor layout, and new PCB CAM files were generated. The mechanical dimensions of the PCB were also corrected, a Master Drawing for the PCB was created, and an assembly drawing and work instruction were created for assembly of the circuit board. In addition, the work instruction for the custom inductor PN 20000001 was updated with format changes. The rev level of the PN 20000001 was not changed, as no changes were made to the part (i.e. fit, form and function of the inductor were not affected by the work instruction change).
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    Part Numbers
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    Documents
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    >f+++++++++ 20000001/20000001_WI-01.odt
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    >f+++++++++ 20000001/20000001_WI-01.pdf
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    >f+++++++++ 20000002/20000002_CAM-01.pdf
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    >f+++++++++ 20000002/20000002_CAM-01.zip
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    >f+++++++++ 20000002/20000002_MA-00.odg
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    >f+++++++++ 20000002/20000002_MA-00.pdf
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    >f+++++++++ 20000003/20000003_ASSY-00.odg
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    >f+++++++++ 20000003/20000003_ASSY-00.pdf
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    >f+++++++++ 20000003/20000003_DSN-01.zip
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    >f+++++++++ 20000003/20000003_SCH-01.pdf
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    >f+++++++++ 20000003/20000003_WI-00.odt
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    >f+++++++++ 20000003/20000003_WI-00.pdf
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=== Release 3 - Top-level Marketing Assembly (product release) ===
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Frank Mason created a top-level issue for capturing the work that will be related to the full product release.
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'''Action'''
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The product Parts List was restructured for release of the product, and a new top-level marketing assembly part number was created. An enclosure with hardware was added, the manual and earphone were moved to the marketing assembly, and the stubby antenna was removed and the user manual was updated.
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    Part Numbers
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    --- /home/maestro/scc/csv.old/pv_pn_details_sort.csv    2015-01-21 11:24:50.705701801 -0700
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    +++ /home/maestro/scc/csv/pv_pn_details_sort.csv        2015-01-21 11:24:51.424707616 -0700
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    10000001,"ASSY,AIRCRAFT WIRELESS",
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    +10000002,"ENCL,AIRCRAFT WIRELESS",
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    +10000003,"ASSY,MKTG,AIRCRAFT WIRELESS",
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    20000001,"IND,830UH,AIRCRAFT WIRELESS",
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    20000002,"PCB,AIRCRAFT WIRELESS",
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    20000003,"PCA,AIRCRAFT WIRELESS",
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    50000001,"DOC,USER,AIRCRAFT WIRELESS",
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    +80000001,"BOX,IP54,4.74X3.13X2.17"",ALUM,BLK,SCREWS",
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    +80000002,"STANDOFF,HEX,4-40,0.75""L,NYLON",
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    +80000003,"SCREW,MACHINE,PHIL,4-40X1/4,SS",
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    +80000004,"WASHER,FLAT,4-40",
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    +80000005,"BOX,SHIPPING,5X4X2,CARDBOARD,WHITE",
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    +80000007,"WASHER,LOCK,#4,INTERNAL TOOTH",
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    90000001,"WIRE,MAGNET,38AWG,POLY",
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    90000002,"MAG,FERRITE ROD,1/4IN X 4IN,MATL=61",
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    90000003,"TAPE,ELECTRICAL,3/4"",BLUE,VINYL",
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    90000011,"RES,AXIAL,5.6M,0.4W,1%,MF,ROHS",
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    90000012,"EARPH,MONO,HI-Z,3.5MM",
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    90000013,"WIRE,SOLID,18AWG,WHITE,POLY",
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    +90000014,"CONN,BINDING POST BANANA,INSUL,GRN",
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    +90000015,"CONN,BINDING POST BANANA,INSUL,YEL",
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    +90000016,"CONN,RING,16-22AWG,#4,RED",
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    +90000017,"WIRE,STRANDED,16AWG,GREEN,POLY",
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    +90000018,"WIRE,STRANDED,16AWG,YELLOW,POLY",
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    Documents
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    >f+++++++++ 10000001/10000001_ASSY-00.odg
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    >f+++++++++ 10000001/10000001_ASSY-00.pdf
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    >f+++++++++ 10000001/10000001_PBS-01.odg
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    >f+++++++++ 10000001/10000001_PBS-01.pdf
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    >f+++++++++ 10000001/10000001_WI-01.odt
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    >f+++++++++ 10000001/10000001_WI-01.pdf
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    >f+++++++++ 10000002/10000002_ART-00.odg
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    >f+++++++++ 10000002/10000002_ART-00.pdf
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    >f+++++++++ 10000002/10000002_FAB-00.odg
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    >f+++++++++ 10000002/10000002_FAB-00.pdf
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    >f+++++++++ 10000003/10000003_PBS-00.odg
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    >f+++++++++ 10000003/10000003_PBS-00.pdf
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    >f+++++++++ 10000003/10000003_WI-00.odt
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    >f+++++++++ 10000003/10000003_WI-00.pdf
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    >f+++++++++ 50000001/50000001_DSN-01-graphics.zip
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    >f+++++++++ 50000001/50000001_DSN-01.odt
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    >f+++++++++ 50000001/50000001_DSN-01.pdf
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    >f+++++++++ 80000001/Hammond-1590T.dwg
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    >f+++++++++ 80000001/Hammond-1590T.pdf
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    >f+++++++++ 80000001/Hammond-9c2pg42-43.pdf
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    >f+++++++++ 80000002/Keystone-M55-prod31.pdf
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    >f+++++++++ 80000003/Machinepancombo.pdf
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    >f+++++++++ 80000004/TYCO-ENG_CD_5205820_O.pdf
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    >f+++++++++ 80000005/IS-435.PDF
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    >f+++++++++ 80000005/MSDS-MS-4040.pdf
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    >f+++++++++ 80000005/Quote-ULINE-S-463.pdf
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    >f+++++++++ 80000005/ULINE-S463.pdf
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    >f+++++++++ 80000007/INT LWZ 004.jpg
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    >f+++++++++ 90000014/1110104001.pdf
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    >f+++++++++ 90000015/1110107001.pdf
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    >f+++++++++ 90000016/ENG_CD_330648_F1.pdf
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    >f+++++++++ 90000017/Hookup.pdf
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    >f+++++++++ 90000018/Hookup.pdf
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=== Release 4 - Cost and Quality Improvements ===
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On a trip through the production area, Tom watches Aircraft Wireless systems being assembled. He notices that the technicians are having trouble assembling and testing the final system, which could be alleviated by re-orienting the circuit board in the housing. When Tom gets to his office he enters an issue in Mantis.
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Sometime later, Tom tells Frank Mason he wants to get some cost out of the Aircraft Wireless, production units still don't aren't coming down the cost curve, and there are too many coming back with quality-related defects. Frank creates a top-level issue for the next iteration of the Aircraft Wireless, to have a bucket for capturing the work that will be related to the cost reduction and quality improvement.
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'''Action'''
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To aid assembly and test, the circuit board orientation in the enclosure was inverted (mounting copper-side up now instead of component-side up), allowing direct access to circuit board components and off-board wiring while mounted in the enclosure. The location of the holes in the enclosure base and lid were adjusted for the new circuit board orientation, and the enclosure artwork modified accordingly. To document the changes, the PCA assembly diagram and work instruction were updated for the tuning capacitor being mounted on the opposite side of the PCB, and the enclosure-level assembly diagram and work instruction were updated for PCA mounting change (orientation and new shorter standoffs).
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    --- /home/maestro/scc/csv.old/pv_pn_details_sort.csv    2015-01-21 11:24:52.211713979 -0700
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    80000003,"SCREW,MACHINE,PHIL,4-40X1/4,SS",
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    80000004,"WASHER,FLAT,4-40",
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    80000005,"BOX,SHIPPING,5X4X2,CARDBOARD,WHITE",
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    +80000006,"STANDOFF,HEX,4-40,0.5""L,ALUM",
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    80000007,"WASHER,LOCK,#4,INTERNAL TOOTH",
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    90000001,"WIRE,MAGNET,38AWG,POLY",
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    90000002,"MAG,FERRITE ROD,1/4IN X 4IN,MATL=61",
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    Documents
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    >f+++++++++ 10000001/10000001_ASSY-01.odg
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    >f+++++++++ 10000001/10000001_ASSY-01.pdf
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    >f+++++++++ 10000001/10000001_PBS-02.odg
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    >f+++++++++ 10000001/10000001_PBS-02.pdf
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    >f+++++++++ 10000001/10000001_WI-02.odt
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    >f+++++++++ 10000001/10000001_WI-02.pdf
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    >f+++++++++ 10000002/10000002_ART-01.odg
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    >f+++++++++ 10000002/10000002_ART-01.pdf
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    >f+++++++++ 10000002/10000002_FAB-01.odg
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    >f+++++++++ 10000002/10000002_FAB-01.pdf
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    >f+++++++++ 10000003/10000003_PBS-01.odg
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    >f+++++++++ 10000003/10000003_PBS-01.pdf
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    >f+++++++++ 20000003/20000003_ASSY-01.odg
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    >f+++++++++ 20000003/20000003_ASSY-01.pdf
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    >f+++++++++ 20000003/20000003_WI-01.odt
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    >f+++++++++ 20000003/20000003_WI-01.pdf
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    >f+++++++++ 80000006/Keystone-M55-prod31.pdf
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=== Release 5 - Field Service Kit ===
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James Period (Dir., Sales & Marketing) is getting reports from the field that the quality improvements have been noticed, but some parts are still failing due to excessive abuse. Customers understand this, but have requested a field spares kit of commonly failing items, so they can keep a kit of two on hand. He creates an issue and assigns it directly to Tom. Tom reviews the issue and assigns it to Frank Mason to execute.
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Frank understands the Aircraft Wireless will iterate again, and creates an umbrella issue for the work that will be coming. Frank then edits the issue Tom created and assigned to him, and makes it a child of the new top-level umbrella issue.
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James Period recalls he had actually had requests from customers for specific spare parts, and had created a spreadsheet proposal spares parts list. He opens his original issue and uploads his proposal spreadsheet.
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'''Action'''
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A kit of parts useful for field service was released. The service kit and contents was created in response to requests from field service technicians to provide more effective and efficient field service.
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    Part Numbers
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    --- /home/maestro/scc/csv.old/pv_pn_details_sort.csv    2015-01-21 11:24:53.652725636 -0700
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    +++ /home/maestro/scc/csv/pv_pn_details_sort.csv        2015-01-21 11:24:54.381731532 -0700
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    20000002,"PCB,AIRCRAFT WIRELESS",
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    20000003,"PCA,AIRCRAFT WIRELESS",
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    50000001,"DOC,USER,AIRCRAFT WIRELESS",
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    +60000001,"ASSY,FIELD SPARES,AIRCRAFT WIRELESS",
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    80000001,"BOX,IP54,4.74X3.13X2.17"",ALUM,BLK,SCREWS",
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    80000002,"STANDOFF,HEX,4-40,0.75""L,NYLON",
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    80000003,"SCREW,MACHINE,PHIL,4-40X1/4,SS",
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    Documents
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    >f+++++++++ 60000001/60000001_PBS-00.odg
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    >f+++++++++ 60000001/60000001_PBS-00.pdf
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    >f+++++++++ 60000001/60000001_WI-00.odt
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    >f+++++++++ 60000001/60000001_WI-00.pdf
  
 
== Project Assumptions (6.) ==
 
== Project Assumptions (6.) ==
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== Project Risks (7.) ==
 
== Project Risks (7.) ==
Project risks are circumstances or events that exist outside of the control of the project team and will have an adverse impact on the project if they occur. (In other words, whereas an issue is a current problem that must be dealt with, a risk is a potential future problem that has not yet occurred.) All projects contain some risks. Risks may not be able to be eliminated entirely but can be anticipated and managed, thereby reducing the probability that they will occur.
 
 
Risks that have a high probability of occurring and have a high negative impact should be listed below. Also consider those risks that have a medium probability of occurring. For each risk listed, identify activities to perform to eliminate or mitigate the risk.
 
 
Project risks are characteristics, circumstances, or features of the project environment that may have an adverse effect on the project or the quality of its deliverables. Known risks identified with this project have been included below. A plan will be put into place to minimize or eliminate the impact of each risk to the project.
 
  
 
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| '''Risk Area''' || '''Level (H/M/L)''' || '''Risk Mitigation Plan'''
 
| '''Risk Area''' || '''Level (H/M/L)''' || '''Risk Mitigation Plan'''
 
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| Project Risk 1 || Medium || Mitigating action
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| Reception Range || Medium || Increase size antenna size.
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| Project Risk 2 || Medium || Mitigating action
 
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| Project Risk 3 || Medium || Mitigating action
 
 
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== Related Documentation (8.) ==
 
== Related Documentation (8.) ==
List relevant related documentation in a table or unordered list. Related documentation provides additional background information, and is NOT part of the project requirements (if an external document is part of the requirements, it must be listed in either the '''Scope''' or '''Detailed requirements''' section).
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* No related documentation.
* Document1
 
* Document2
 
* Document3
 
  
 
== Project Approvals (9.) ==
 
== Project Approvals (9.) ==

Latest revision as of 23:07, 28 October 2018

Project Overview (1.)

The purpose of the Wireless project is to develop an apparatus to receive amplitude modulated (AM) signals in the commercial broadcast medium-wave spectrum of 530 kHz – 1710 kHz which requires no external power.

Project Strategy (1.1)

The project will be managed according to the SCC QSP Project Management and SCC QSP Product Lifecycle Management.

Project Structure (1.2)

Role / Name Date Approved
Project sponsor / Barton Swift 2013-01-01
Project manager / Tom Swift 2013-01-01
Product manager / John Sharp 2013-01-01
Manufacturing manager / Miquel DeLazes 2013-01-01
Software lead designer / Minnie Blair 2013-01-01
Hardware lead designer / Barcoe Jenks 2013-01-01
Mechanical lead designer / Bub Armstrong 2013-01-01

Project Background (2.)

Provide additional background for the project and expand on financial or strategic justification.

Scope (3.)

The wireless receives amplitude modulated (AM) signals in the commercial broadcast medium-wave spectrum of 530 kHz – 1710 kHz, and requires no external power.

In-Scope (3.1)

  • Product requirements.
  • Product development.
  • Sales launch.

Out-of-Scope (3.2)

  • All other activities.

Project Deliverables (3.3)

  • Wireless product design, including supply chain specifications.
  • User documentation.
  • Production documentation.
  • 10 prototypes

Organizations Affected (3.4)

Organization Description
Universal Flying Machine Ltd. Development partner and initial customer.
SCC Engineering Product development.
SCC Sales Sales plan, sales roll-out.
SCC Manufacturing Production and production Planning.
SCC Finance Project controls and reporting.

Detailed Requirements (4.)

The wireless receives amplitude modulated (AM) signals in the commercial broadcast medium-wave spectrum of 530 kHz – 1710 kHz, and requires no external power. Regulatory compliance or certification is not required.

User Interface (4.1)

  • The Wireless shall have a knob to adjust the AM carrier frequency it is tuned to.
  • The Wireless shall have a headphone connector.

Sub-System Specification (4.2)

  • Not applicable.

Data Description (4.3)

  • Not applicable.

Physical Characteristics (4.4)

  • Not specified.

Project Estimated Cost, Effort and Duration (5.)

Estimated Cost (5.1)

Not estimated.

Estimated Effort (5.2)

Not estimated.

Milestone Table (5.3)

Milestone Date Deliverable & Expectations
Project Launch 2012-12-01 Approval of draft project plan and project manager assigned.
Release 1 (Prototype) 2013-01-01 Engineering test and beta evaluation.
Release 2 (PCB Revision) 2013-01-02 PCB correction and documentation release.
Release 3 (Product) 2013-01-03 Release to production.
Product Marketing Launch 2013-01-04 Launch event.
Release 4 (Mfg Improvements) 2013-01-04 Cost and quality improvements.
Release 5 (Field Service Kit) 2013-01-05 Field service parts kit

Release 1 - Prototype Printed-Circuit-Assembly

Frank Mason (Engineering Project Coordinator) created an issue in Maestro to capture the initial document release for the Aircraft Wireless prototype. Frank closed the issue after Barcoe Jenks (Engineering Electronics Engineer) confirmed the design files had been uploaded to Maestro.

Action

The 10000001 Rev 00 Parts List was released with child parts and assemblies for building a small number of prototype units. The assembly included an earphone, wire for a stubby antenna and preliminary user manual, but no enclosure. Manufacturing process documentation included a product part breakdown structure diagram, a work instruction for packing beta test units and a work instruction for fabricating PN 20000001, a custom inductor.


   Part Numbers
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   --- /home/maestro/scc/csv.old/pv_pn_details_sort.csv    2015-01-21 11:24:44.174648991 -0700
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   +10000001,"ASSY,AIRCRAFT WIRELESS",
   +20000001,"IND,830UH,AIRCRAFT WIRELESS",
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   >f+++++++++ 10000001/10000001_PBS-00.odg
   >f+++++++++ 10000001/10000001_PBS-00.pdf
   >f+++++++++ 10000001/10000001_WI-00.odt
   >f+++++++++ 10000001/10000001_WI-00.pdf
   >f+++++++++ 20000001/20000001_WI-00.odt
   >f+++++++++ 20000001/20000001_WI-00.pdf
   >f+++++++++ 20000001/20000001_WI-00_graphics.odg
   >f+++++++++ 20000002/20000002_CAM-00.pdf
   >f+++++++++ 20000002/20000002_CAM-00.zip
   >f+++++++++ 20000002/20000002_QUO-00-APC-2004-12-23.pdf
   >f+++++++++ 20000003/20000003_DSN-00.zip
   >f+++++++++ 20000003/20000003_SCH-00.pdf
   >f+++++++++ 50000001/50000001_DSN-00.odt
   >f+++++++++ 50000001/50000001_DSN-00.pdf
   >f+++++++++ 90000001/Belden-8085.pdf
   >f+++++++++ 90000002/CWS-ByteMark-2009-12-04.pdf
   >f+++++++++ 90000002/CWS-ByteMark-ferrite-appnote.pdf
   >f+++++++++ 90000002/CWS-ByteMark-ferrite-datasheet.pdf
   >f+++++++++ 90000003/MSDS-Scotch-Vinyl-Electrical-Tape-2007-01-05.pdf
   >f+++++++++ 90000003/Scotch-Vinyl-Electrical-Tape.pdf
   >f+++++++++ 90000004/DS-CUI-MJ-3536NG.pdf
   >f+++++++++ 90000005/Sprague-Goodman-GM-Series.pdf
   >f+++++++++ 90000006/Magnatec-OA95.pdf
   >f+++++++++ 90000007/Panasonic-RadLead-KS.pdf
   >f+++++++++ 90000008/AVX-Radial-SkyCap.pdf
   >f+++++++++ 90000009/Kemet-Ceramic.pdf
   >f+++++++++ 90000010/Vishay-5063JD-Spacemiser.pdf
   >f+++++++++ 90000011/Vishay-5063JD-Spacemiser.pdf
   >f+++++++++ 90000012/Maplin-crystal-earph-LB25C.pdf
   >f+++++++++ 90000013/BICC-General-Carol-Hookup-Wire.pdf

Release 2 - Revised PCB

Tom Swift (Dir., Engineering) notices the printed circuit boards received for prototype construction don't match his notes, in particular the topology around the PCB-type inductor seems wrong. Tom double-checks and it appears the boards were made from the files sent for costing, not from the final design files. Tom creates an issue for the PCB while it's fresh in his mind (000028).

The next day, Frank Mason sees Tom's new issue and creates a top-level issue of his own (000018) to collect Tom's issue and also the others that will undoubtedly come now that a new product iteration is being planned (by implication, as Tom's issue is a "blocker").

Barcoe Jenks also sees Tom's issue (the issue is a new entry in Barcoe's assigned issues list, as Tom assigned the issue directly to Barcoe when he created it), and starts work on the resolution.

Action

The electrical schematic was revised to correct connectivity of the PCB-type inductor, the PCB design was revised to correct the inductor layout, and new PCB CAM files were generated. The mechanical dimensions of the PCB were also corrected, a Master Drawing for the PCB was created, and an assembly drawing and work instruction were created for assembly of the circuit board. In addition, the work instruction for the custom inductor PN 20000001 was updated with format changes. The rev level of the PN 20000001 was not changed, as no changes were made to the part (i.e. fit, form and function of the inductor were not affected by the work instruction change).

   Part Numbers
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   Documents
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   >f+++++++++ 20000001/20000001_WI-01.odt
   >f+++++++++ 20000001/20000001_WI-01.pdf
   >f+++++++++ 20000002/20000002_CAM-01.pdf
   >f+++++++++ 20000002/20000002_CAM-01.zip
   >f+++++++++ 20000002/20000002_MA-00.odg
   >f+++++++++ 20000002/20000002_MA-00.pdf
   >f+++++++++ 20000003/20000003_ASSY-00.odg
   >f+++++++++ 20000003/20000003_ASSY-00.pdf
   >f+++++++++ 20000003/20000003_DSN-01.zip
   >f+++++++++ 20000003/20000003_SCH-01.pdf
   >f+++++++++ 20000003/20000003_WI-00.odt
   >f+++++++++ 20000003/20000003_WI-00.pdf

Release 3 - Top-level Marketing Assembly (product release)

Frank Mason created a top-level issue for capturing the work that will be related to the full product release.

Action

The product Parts List was restructured for release of the product, and a new top-level marketing assembly part number was created. An enclosure with hardware was added, the manual and earphone were moved to the marketing assembly, and the stubby antenna was removed and the user manual was updated.

   Part Numbers
   ========================================
   --- /home/maestro/scc/csv.old/pv_pn_details_sort.csv    2015-01-21 11:24:50.705701801 -0700
   +++ /home/maestro/scc/csv/pv_pn_details_sort.csv        2015-01-21 11:24:51.424707616 -0700
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    10000001,"ASSY,AIRCRAFT WIRELESS",
   +10000002,"ENCL,AIRCRAFT WIRELESS",
   +10000003,"ASSY,MKTG,AIRCRAFT WIRELESS",
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    20000002,"PCB,AIRCRAFT WIRELESS",
    20000003,"PCA,AIRCRAFT WIRELESS",
    50000001,"DOC,USER,AIRCRAFT WIRELESS",
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    90000002,"MAG,FERRITE ROD,1/4IN X 4IN,MATL=61",
    90000003,"TAPE,ELECTRICAL,3/4"",BLUE,VINYL",
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    90000012,"EARPH,MONO,HI-Z,3.5MM",
    90000013,"WIRE,SOLID,18AWG,WHITE,POLY",
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   +90000015,"CONN,BINDING POST BANANA,INSUL,YEL",
   +90000016,"CONN,RING,16-22AWG,#4,RED",
   +90000017,"WIRE,STRANDED,16AWG,GREEN,POLY",
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   >f+++++++++ 10000001/10000001_ASSY-00.odg
   >f+++++++++ 10000001/10000001_ASSY-00.pdf
   >f+++++++++ 10000001/10000001_PBS-01.odg
   >f+++++++++ 10000001/10000001_PBS-01.pdf
   >f+++++++++ 10000001/10000001_WI-01.odt
   >f+++++++++ 10000001/10000001_WI-01.pdf
   >f+++++++++ 10000002/10000002_ART-00.odg
   >f+++++++++ 10000002/10000002_ART-00.pdf
   >f+++++++++ 10000002/10000002_FAB-00.odg
   >f+++++++++ 10000002/10000002_FAB-00.pdf
   >f+++++++++ 10000003/10000003_PBS-00.odg
   >f+++++++++ 10000003/10000003_PBS-00.pdf
   >f+++++++++ 10000003/10000003_WI-00.odt
   >f+++++++++ 10000003/10000003_WI-00.pdf
   >f+++++++++ 50000001/50000001_DSN-01-graphics.zip
   >f+++++++++ 50000001/50000001_DSN-01.odt
   >f+++++++++ 50000001/50000001_DSN-01.pdf
   >f+++++++++ 80000001/Hammond-1590T.dwg
   >f+++++++++ 80000001/Hammond-1590T.pdf
   >f+++++++++ 80000001/Hammond-9c2pg42-43.pdf
   >f+++++++++ 80000002/Keystone-M55-prod31.pdf
   >f+++++++++ 80000003/Machinepancombo.pdf
   >f+++++++++ 80000004/TYCO-ENG_CD_5205820_O.pdf
   >f+++++++++ 80000005/IS-435.PDF
   >f+++++++++ 80000005/MSDS-MS-4040.pdf
   >f+++++++++ 80000005/Quote-ULINE-S-463.pdf
   >f+++++++++ 80000005/ULINE-S463.pdf
   >f+++++++++ 80000007/INT LWZ 004.jpg
   >f+++++++++ 90000014/1110104001.pdf
   >f+++++++++ 90000015/1110107001.pdf
   >f+++++++++ 90000016/ENG_CD_330648_F1.pdf
   >f+++++++++ 90000017/Hookup.pdf
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Release 4 - Cost and Quality Improvements

On a trip through the production area, Tom watches Aircraft Wireless systems being assembled. He notices that the technicians are having trouble assembling and testing the final system, which could be alleviated by re-orienting the circuit board in the housing. When Tom gets to his office he enters an issue in Mantis.

Sometime later, Tom tells Frank Mason he wants to get some cost out of the Aircraft Wireless, production units still don't aren't coming down the cost curve, and there are too many coming back with quality-related defects. Frank creates a top-level issue for the next iteration of the Aircraft Wireless, to have a bucket for capturing the work that will be related to the cost reduction and quality improvement.

Action

To aid assembly and test, the circuit board orientation in the enclosure was inverted (mounting copper-side up now instead of component-side up), allowing direct access to circuit board components and off-board wiring while mounted in the enclosure. The location of the holes in the enclosure base and lid were adjusted for the new circuit board orientation, and the enclosure artwork modified accordingly. To document the changes, the PCA assembly diagram and work instruction were updated for the tuning capacitor being mounted on the opposite side of the PCB, and the enclosure-level assembly diagram and work instruction were updated for PCA mounting change (orientation and new shorter standoffs).

   Part Numbers
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   --- /home/maestro/scc/csv.old/pv_pn_details_sort.csv    2015-01-21 11:24:52.211713979 -0700
   +++ /home/maestro/scc/csv/pv_pn_details_sort.csv        2015-01-21 11:24:52.767718478 -0700
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    80000004,"WASHER,FLAT,4-40",
    80000005,"BOX,SHIPPING,5X4X2,CARDBOARD,WHITE",
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    90000001,"WIRE,MAGNET,38AWG,POLY",
    90000002,"MAG,FERRITE ROD,1/4IN X 4IN,MATL=61",
   
   Documents
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   >f+++++++++ 10000001/10000001_ASSY-01.pdf
   >f+++++++++ 10000001/10000001_PBS-02.odg
   >f+++++++++ 10000001/10000001_PBS-02.pdf
   >f+++++++++ 10000001/10000001_WI-02.odt
   >f+++++++++ 10000001/10000001_WI-02.pdf
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   >f+++++++++ 10000002/10000002_ART-01.pdf
   >f+++++++++ 10000002/10000002_FAB-01.odg
   >f+++++++++ 10000002/10000002_FAB-01.pdf
   >f+++++++++ 10000003/10000003_PBS-01.odg
   >f+++++++++ 10000003/10000003_PBS-01.pdf
   >f+++++++++ 20000003/20000003_ASSY-01.odg
   >f+++++++++ 20000003/20000003_ASSY-01.pdf
   >f+++++++++ 20000003/20000003_WI-01.odt
   >f+++++++++ 20000003/20000003_WI-01.pdf
   >f+++++++++ 80000006/Keystone-M55-prod31.pdf

Release 5 - Field Service Kit

James Period (Dir., Sales & Marketing) is getting reports from the field that the quality improvements have been noticed, but some parts are still failing due to excessive abuse. Customers understand this, but have requested a field spares kit of commonly failing items, so they can keep a kit of two on hand. He creates an issue and assigns it directly to Tom. Tom reviews the issue and assigns it to Frank Mason to execute.

Frank understands the Aircraft Wireless will iterate again, and creates an umbrella issue for the work that will be coming. Frank then edits the issue Tom created and assigned to him, and makes it a child of the new top-level umbrella issue.

James Period recalls he had actually had requests from customers for specific spare parts, and had created a spreadsheet proposal spares parts list. He opens his original issue and uploads his proposal spreadsheet.

Action

A kit of parts useful for field service was released. The service kit and contents was created in response to requests from field service technicians to provide more effective and efficient field service.

   Part Numbers
   ========================================
   --- /home/maestro/scc/csv.old/pv_pn_details_sort.csv    2015-01-21 11:24:53.652725636 -0700
   +++ /home/maestro/scc/csv/pv_pn_details_sort.csv        2015-01-21 11:24:54.381731532 -0700
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    20000002,"PCB,AIRCRAFT WIRELESS",
    20000003,"PCA,AIRCRAFT WIRELESS",
    50000001,"DOC,USER,AIRCRAFT WIRELESS",
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    80000001,"BOX,IP54,4.74X3.13X2.17"",ALUM,BLK,SCREWS",
    80000002,"STANDOFF,HEX,4-40,0.75""L,NYLON",
    80000003,"SCREW,MACHINE,PHIL,4-40X1/4,SS",
   
   Documents
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   >f+++++++++ 60000001/60000001_PBS-00.odg
   >f+++++++++ 60000001/60000001_PBS-00.pdf
   >f+++++++++ 60000001/60000001_WI-00.odt
   >f+++++++++ 60000001/60000001_WI-00.pdf

Project Assumptions (6.)

Assumption Criticality (H/M/L) Desription
Assumption 1 Medium Adequate resources will be provided to complete the project in the shortest possible time.

Project Risks (7.)

Risk Area Level (H/M/L) Risk Mitigation Plan
Reception Range Medium Increase size antenna size.

Related Documentation (8.)

  • No related documentation.

Project Approvals (9.)

Add any signatures that are important for the approval of the project. Names and dates are provided here to indicate required approvals and for convenient reference, approval is managed in Maestro).

Role / Name Date Approved
Dir., Sales & Marketing / James Period 2013-01-01
Manager of project manager / Barton Swift 2013-01-01
Project manager / Tom Swift 2013-01-01