[time-nuts] Acitve GPS antenna biasing
SAIDJACK at aol.com
SAIDJACK at aol.com
Fri Oct 9 01:34:19 UTC 2009
in response to the active antenna biasing discussion we had a couple of
days ago: there is a good reference I ran across with inductor part number,
schematic, and layout in the uBlox literature (hardware reference manuals)
on the uBlox website. They use a single Murata inductor for GPS antenna
In a message dated 10/8/2009 18:30:16 Pacific Daylight Time,
sar10538 at gmail.com writes:
Actually, the water goes down the plug hole the correct way here in
NZ, as do hurricanes rotate and the moon is the right way up. Anyone
claiming otherwise must be upside down.
2009/10/8 Jim Palfreyman <jim77742 at gmail.com>:
> Now I have an enourmous respect for Murray - one of the cleverest
> people I know, but this time he has shot himself in the foot.
> The water does not go down the plug hole differently - that is an
> urban legend. Any difference in direction in a household sink has more
> to do with residual circular motion in the bowl rather than the
> coriolis effect.
> Also, we call hurricanes cyclones. They rotate clockwise which is
> opposite to what North Americans see in their hurricanes. So
> technically hurricanes don't rotate the other way here - because we
> don't have them.
> :-) :-) :-)
> 2009/10/8 Murray Greenman <Murray.Greenman at rakon.com>:
>> Think about it... no it doesn't. Just takes a while to get used to the
>> sun being on the wrong side and the moon being upside down (think about
>> that one!). And yes, the water goes down the plug hole the other way,
>> and hurricanes rotate the other way.
>> However, here in New Zealand we are currently 13 hours ahead of UTC, so
>> well ahead of the rest of the world!
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