Hello from Tampa FL

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Hello from Tampa FL

Post by memerson1 » 23 Oct 2016, 13:42

Hello to all - my name is Michael Emerson, I am a retired electrical engineer and Maker in the Tampa Bay area. I have built a couple of DIY Geiger counters (hotdog and pancake tubes) and looking to add a DIY scintillation detector. Still much to learn so any help, documents, sites that you can share will be much appreciated.

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Re: Hello from Tampa FL

Post by Steven Sesselmann » 24 Oct 2016, 12:56

Hello Michael,

Great to have you on board, plenty of information here, and if there is anything you cant find, just ask and I am sure someone will help out.

Building a scintillation detector should be a pretty straight forward task for an EE.


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