Sunday, June 07, 2009

Confessions Of A BBC Transmitter Engineer

Interesting reading. Somehow, it reminds me of 'Drive engineering on the big starships.


Turk Turon said...


They kept their 405-line transmitters going until 1985?!

Anonymous said...

Just imagine all the fun you get to have, but with BSW hardware!


Roberta X said...

There's also BA and metric and no little SAE; I have long been convinced the Brits run to a much higher population density of pro and amateur machinists than other nations and find amusement in the puzzlement the rest of us feel at their plethora of thread types.

Anonymous said...

I believe the British live by the axiom that standards are great, because there are so many to choose from.


Nathan Brindle said...

Fun stuff.