CPS to Hz Conversion
joseph at kirtland.com
Sun Apr 1 11:52:16 CDT 2012
Richard, you certainly wouldn't be the first to base your doctrinal
thesis on this chart (borrowed from the 'Glowbugs' mail list:
/I based quite a bit of my PhD research on such a chart, and a quick
check of a salient number used quite often by the scientific community;
20, shows considerable accuracy, what with the orthogonal intercepts of
20 HZ and 20 Cps/
/mike dormann, chief scientist; WFGRF/
also known as mike w7dra
On 4/1/2012 10:19 AM, Richard O'Neill wrote:
> Thanks, Joe. With this new chart I can complete my doctoral thesis
> and hopefully pass those tough oral exams in useless trivia.
> Next stop, TV game shows! 8-)
> On 4/1/2012 10:10 AM, Joseph Bento wrote:
>> Fellow Tacoistas,
>> 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.
>> Follow link:
>> Joe, N6DGY
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