[time-nuts] Vremya-ch Hydrogen Masers
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Tue Mar 2 12:30:40 UTC 2010
....Or find a conveniently large dry cave to park it and only it in.
At the very least you would want to accurately monitor power, humidity and temperature. Much easier to correct problems that you can observe.
On Mar 2, 2010, at 3:32 AM, Magnus Danielson wrote:
> Jim Palfreyman wrote:
>> Anyone here have any experience with these masers?
>> In particular the VCH-1005A?
>> I have been tasked to look after a number of these units and am currently
>> going through the manuals (which are in English but written by a Russian, so
>> they can be challenging :-)
>> Any thoughts, hints or tips would be good, but it would also be handy to
>> have contacts for down the track. These are newly installed.
> I don't have first hand experience, but I wish you good luck.
> The Vremya-ch masers is being relabeled and sold by several other maser vendors. It's good stuff as far as I can tell from the users I have heard.
> If you go for that class of toys, be sure to stabilize the humidity alongside the temperature. It has been demonstrated to be a factor which differs among various masers.
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