CPS to Hz Conversion
howardc at macrollc.com
Sun Apr 1 10:14:24 CDT 2012
I think that I see my problem now... I always thought that the graph was a straight line and I was always having trouble with the conversion. Now I see the error of my ways, with the correct formula, I see that the graph is not a straight line and I understand where my problem was.
Howard Cunningham, MCP
Microsoft Small Business Specialist
Macro Systems, LLC
3867 Plaza Drive
Fairfax, VA 22030
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From: tacos-bounces+howardc=macrollc.com at amrad.org [mailto:tacos-bounces+howardc=macrollc.com at amrad.org] On Behalf Of Joseph Bento
Sent: Sunday, April 01, 2012 10:10 AM
To: Tacos AMRAD
Subject: CPS to Hz Conversion
I don't know where this chart has been all these years, but what a lifesaver it will be! As some of you know, I enjoy antique electronics, and as such, they used "cycles" in the old days. Since we use "Hertz"
today, I was always pulling out the calculator for manual conversion:
(log[cps](Hz))2 = 1. This chart will avoid all the potential for error.
I hope that you will find it handy as well.
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