[time-nuts] homebrew H maser

Chuck Harris cfharris at erols.com
Sun Aug 29 18:46:59 UTC 2010

jimlux wrote:
> J. Forster wrote:
>> If you took a "modern" approach by using factory built test equipment as
>> building blocks (microwave synthesizer, lock-in amp, power supplies, etc)
>> and commercial vacuum components (pumps, valves, fittings, controllers,
>> etc. in Conflat or something like it), you could likely build up most
>> of a
>> system pretty easily.
> You definitely need a copy of this book
> http://www.amazon.com/Building-Scientific-Apparatus-John-Moore/dp/0813340063/ref=tmm_pap_title_0/182-2347235-0798235
> "Building Scientific Apparatus" by Moore, Davies, and Coplan

It's Davis, as in C.C. Davis of the University of Maryland, my former
MS thesis adviser.

Its a great book, but very expensive.

-Chuck Harris

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