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Re: Example of a spark gap transmitter SR - formal scale description

... If a specialized electronics slide rule is not at hand, there's a trick with CIF to inject 2pi into a computation. For example, compute the resonant
Paul Hirose
9:53 PM
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46029

Re: Pickett Model 14 plastic instruction sheet insert

Thanks Pascal From: "Pascal-Auguste GARNIER gpascalauguste@... [sliderule]" To: sliderule@yahoogroups.com Sent: Saturday,
Elton Michael
7:20 AM
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46028

Re: Example of a spark gap transmitter SR - formal scale description

The quantity 2 * pi * sqrt(L * C) is not the wavelength, but is the period of the wave in seconds per cycle and is the inverse of the frequency in cycles per
Maynard Wright
Apr 19
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46027

Pilot Balloon Slide Rule

Dear All: For those of you who are interested in Pilot Balloon Slide Rules, I have an unusual Mark I rule for auction on Ebay. The item number is 271840111129.
Don DiGalbo
Apr 19
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46026

Re: Benford's Law

Thanks Jerry. The articile in the JOS has a descrptive nature, of course.To understand the mathematics of Benford's Law one best can read the articles by Hill
Simon van der Salm
Apr 18
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46025

Re: Benford's Law

Along a logarithmic scale, the statistically most frequent numbers (starting with 1 or 2) are read more accurately than the numbers starting with 7, 8 or 9.
Pascal-Auguste GARNIER
Apr 18
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46024

Re: Pickett Model 14 plastic instruction sheet insert

Hi,a similar file is Use in field artillery of the Military SR American BluePrint TM6-240 Utilisation de la Règle à Calcul militaire TM6-240 I writted it in
Pascal-Auguste GARNIER
Apr 18
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46023

Re: Example of a spark gap transmitter SR - formal scale description

Absolutely marvelous. Thanks ! Imagine! A JAR! No doubt reference to Leyden Jar. And spark length for different dielectric? Priceless! Sent from my iPhone
Norm Goldblatt
Apr 18
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46022

Re: Example of a spark gap transmitter SR - formal scale description

I have a Russian slide rule that is most likely a student rule. It was made in the early 1970s. It could be used to solve this expression very efficiencently.
sliderulenut
Apr 18
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46021

Re: Benford's Law

Here, if it helps: http://osgalleries.org/journal/displayarticle.cgi?match=16.2/V16.2P26.pdf (I decided to re-read it for myself, although I do have a paper
Jerry McCarthy
Apr 18
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46020

Re: Example of a spark gap transmitter SR - formal scale description

Hi Norm Thanks for comments. It's possible to date its first production to ca.1911 from research on the publisher and the date the British Library received
pennine56
Apr 18
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46019

Re: Benford's Law

Hi Mark You can find it on Rod Lovett’s website. Clark McCoy From: sliderule@yahoogroups.com [mailto:sliderule@yahoogroups.com] Sent: Saturday, April 18,
Clark
Apr 18
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46018

Re: Benford's Law

Hi Simon van der Salm Can you post your article? Mark McCormick ... Dear all, Please read my article about Benford's Law in the Journal of the Oughtred
msmccor100
Apr 18
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46017

Re: Example of a spark gap transmitter SR - formal scale description

and, why is it referred to as a spark gap transmitter SR. These equations are universal and are applicable to any resonantly tuned circuit, regardless of the
Norm Goldblatt
Apr 18
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46016

Re: Hemmi 260

It does have a ODELCO tape on it but it is a Hemmi. marion
sliderulenut
Apr 17
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