[time-nuts] Advantages & Disadvantages of the TPLL Method
sar10538 at gmail.com
Mon Jun 21 05:26:08 UTC 2010
On 21 June 2010 08:07, <GandalfG8 at aol.com> wrote:
> In a message dated 20/06/2010 18:47:41 GMT Daylight Time,
> warrensjmail-one at yahoo.com writes:
> Short summery for the Berry readers:
> The simple TPLL BB works fine and is better than any OXCO that it has been
> used with.
> The fact that some so called experts do not believe or understand why,
> not change that proven fact.
> and the longer story for those that have nothing better to do all day long.
> For others that have been around for a while and have endured reading the
> silly exchanges here,
> I do apologize for yet another round of the same NS.
> But it would seem that some have missed a few important points about this
> I do not apologize for the fact that I can not &/or will not explain every
> detail of the simple TPLL BB that I've built in a way that satisfies all.
> Snake Oil anyone?
Well, Mr. Smartypants, the difference here is that his Snake Oil has
been proven to work. I don't particularly care how the thing works
mathematically, I'm more interested in the results. If you want to get
bogged down in the nitty gritty instead of looking at the big picture
then you are the one loosing out here.
A respected member of this list carried out tests of this TPLL
implementation against a $$$$ expensive piece of equipment and found
it produced very similar results over an expected range of usability
with a lot of different DUT and spending a month doing it. Stop trying
to extract stuff out of Warren that he has already said he is unable
to give you. He is an amateur experimental engineer (no offence
intended Warren) and as such doesn't have, or need, to understand this
stuff mathematically or in the secret special language that only the
professional engineering gods know. He has something you don't have,
he has a $10 gadgit that produces results that are easily good enough
for many on this list. So it looks like your the looser here!
Steve Rooke - ZL3TUV & G8KVD
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