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From: John Larkin
Subject: Re: Apology
Date: Mon, 20 Jan 2003 08:26:28 -0800
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On Mon, 20 Jan 2003 14:33:38 GMT, Mark Fergerson
>Mike Monett wrote:
>> John Larkin wrote:
>>> 1. Grateful credit is given to John Larkin, owner of Highland
>>>Technology for his many helpful comments including a circuit
>>>description that led to the development of the Binary Sampler.
>>>is incorrect. The circuit was developed by at latest 1963, and I
>>>didn't tell you about it until January of 2000.
>>>Sylvan deserves the credit.
>> I'm sorry John, I don't recall a communication from you as you describe.
>> Could you either post or email the information again?
> A fine example of a Conspiracy; two guys (White Males?)
>trying desperately to make sure the right people get credit
>for their work, with one of them actually _asking_ to be
> Do I understand that this is now seen as a twist in
>technique (undersampling vs. oversampling), rather than a
> Mark L. Fergerson
How could anything related to a newsgroup be desperate? This has
nothing to do with life.
All equivalent-time oscilloscopes undersample; that's the point.
They've been doing so for well over 100 years.
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