[time-nuts] Super stable BVA Quartz resonators... BVA??
John Ackermann N8UR
jra at febo.com
Fri Dec 7 11:20:25 EST 2007
Michael Baker wrote:
> I have found out how a BVA resonator is fabricated, but
> I have not discovered what the acronym "BVA" stands for.
> I suspect that the "B" in "BVA" may refer to Raymond Besson
> the discoverer of the BVA quartz resonator, but I
> have not been able to confirm that.
> Can anyone on the list shed some light on this?
I don't have the exact translation handy, but I ran across something
indicating that BVA was an acronym in French for something like
"improved aging rate".
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