[time-nuts] A philosophy of science view on the tight pll
warrensjmail-one at yahoo.com
Thu Jun 3 13:12:28 EDT 2010
>Ah! but was it tested against a Shortt pendulum clock :)
No one likes a smart nut,
yes it was, see "swinging Osc"
If you need a copy of the results, Let me know.
As far as I've seen, it is the ONLY unit that has passed the swinging Osc
> Steve said
>> I fully agree that this test was only done for one input source and it
>> should be done for as many different types
> Not true, it was done it many many different ways and units and levels and
> etc etc.
> I think John spend the better part of a month finding things to test,
> his great effort.
> I think he was wanting to find something wrong with it, but that is
> To say he did not consider every noise source he could get his hands on
> not give if due credit.
> He even made up several new ones, some on purpose and some not so on
I stand corrected!!!
Ah! but was it tested against a Shortt pendulum clock :)
> and the results where always the same. The tested worked as expected.
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