From: Carlos Murillo <cem14_at_cornell.edu>
Date: Tue Nov 23 21:06:30 1999

At 02:40 AM 11/24/99 +0000, Tony Duell wrote:
>At least one company seems to define an 'x MHz scope' as : If you turn
>the Y gain right up and apply the maximum allowed signal then you'll see
>_something_ at 'x MHz'. I am not joking...

They probably don't target engineers, then. Anyone knows that the
correct definition is given by the -3dB criterion. They should know
that "9 Amp vacuum cleaners" and "1000 Watt peak music power output"
means lack of seriousness to an engineer.
Received on Tue Nov 23 1999 - 21:06:30 GMT

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