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Dick Moore photo 150     Electronics enthusiasts lost a great friend and contributor in November, 2015. Dick Moore had been actively helping and creating in the audio electronics field for over fifty years. He once worked with Paul Klipsch and among other things, was responsible for optimizing the positioning of the drivers in the famous Cornwall speakers. I knew him through his remarkable series of “greenings” of the Heathkit IG-18 audio generator, which happily intersected with our own efforts, as related in our Tronola article on the subject. Our focus here belies the rich life Dick led and you can find out more here.
     Tronola is pleased and honored to republish here, in its entirety, the sterling website Dick created over a decade in his retirement. We are grateful to his lifelong companion and wife, the Reverend Robin Moore, for her kind support in this endeavor. We are also indebted to Tronola author, Arthur Grannell for his generous efforts to facilitate this publication. Finally, we would like to thank Larry Burk, who first introduced us to Dick’s work, back in 2012.
— S. Lafferty, December, 2016

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  GPS-Disciplined 10MHz Oscillator 2             updated 4-14-2014
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  Pure beauty: The Sine Wave             created 11-11-2014
  About RC Oscillators             updated 10-26-2011
  Lamps for Stabilizing Oscillators             updated 10-9-2011
  Heath IG-18 Oscillator #1 -- re-greened original             updated 5-23-2011
  Heath IG-18 Oscillator #2 -- Cordell's SV design             rewritten 6-29-2012
  Heath IG-18 Oscillator #3 -- HP's 339A design             updated 6-11-2012
  Heath IG-18 Oscillator #4 -- HP 339A variant             created 6-14-2012, updated 8-11-2012
  About Total Harmonic Distortion Analyzers             updated 4-28-2015
  Active Twin‑T Notch Filter             updated 12-16-2014
  Greening the HP 334A Distortion  Analyzer             complete rewrite 6-25-2012
  Mod of Heath IP-2718 Triple Output Power Supply             updated 6-18-2011
  Repair & Mod of GR 1562‑ ;A Sound Level Calibrator             updated 7-26-2012
  Received Wisdom
      Welcome. Please post below if you have any questions about stuff on the site.

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Reader Comments


Posted by Steve L. February 06, 2017 - 08:40 am
Hi David, Thank you for sharing your thoughts. By the way, Tronola includes a broad field of electronics-related topics, so we would enjoy hearing more about your new developments. For example, there is the recent article, "The Time Machine," which (in a vintage kind of way) ties-in with Dick's "GPS-Disciplined 10MHz Oscillator."

Posted by David Chen February 06, 2017 - 01:40 am
Thanks for Dick's work. Recently I am developing a new product but not in the audio field. Dick's posts give me a lot of help and save much time in development progress.

Posted by Don Brown January 21, 2017 - 06:33 am
I followed many of his postings and projects with interest. Then his posting ceased and I searched out the answer which brought me here. I did not know Dick and I assume the same for many of his readers, but I do feel like our community has lost a generous and helpful friend.

When it is my time to join him I would enjoy a little slice of eternity together to remember our shared interests, and laugh about how little we knew about that world we left behind.

N3DEB

Posted by Steve L. December 23, 2016 - 06:15 pm
Hi Robin, Thank you so much for those kind words and for all the support you have given for this effort. It is truly an honor for Tronola to host Dick's fine website.

Posted by Robin Moore December 23, 2016 - 05:56 pm
Steve,
This page is a fine homage to the hours Dick spent playing and working in his lab/workshop/office/shop (depending on the work in progress. Thank you so much for keeping his work alive in the world of audio.

Posted by Steve L. December 23, 2016 - 07:36 am
Please feel free to add any comments or questions you might have. No sign-up is needed. Though I'm hardly an expert on Dick's work, as an experienced electronics engineer, I will do my best to answer questions. All postings on Tronola.com trigger emails to the appropriate author or caretaker, to respond as needed.

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