[TenTec] Orion designer

rick@dj0ip.de Rick at DJ0IP.de
Sat Oct 28 16:17:19 EDT 2017


I'm at least 6,000 miles away, across a big pond, and I visited Ten-Tec only
once in my life.
I don't think that makes me an expert on Ten-Tec.

I have known Jack Burchfield for over 40 years and still correspond with

I can indeed tell you where 3 of the people went.  They work with me.  
Scott, Stan and Shannon all work at Vibroplex/Spiderbeam.

Over the years I knew several others but most have long since retired.

Surely there are dozens of others in our group who can better answer your
question than I can.

Rick, DJ0IP

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Subject: Re: [TenTec] Orion designer

You seem to know about Ten Tec so here's my question.  What happened to all
the people who worked for Ten Tec over the years?

There must be people who can repair these rigs.  Or were they required to
sign some kind of non-compete agreement?



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> On Oct 28, 2017, at 2:11 PM, rick at dj0ip.de <Rick at DJ0IP.de> wrote:
> Jack Burchfield assisted with his team of engineers did the overall
> Jack knows about as much about DSP software design as I do about Brain 
> Surgery.
> What I liked about his concept was the idea of having two different 
> receiver technologies.
> Gives us the best of both worlds.
> Some argue they want both receivers to be equally good.
> Equally good also means equally bad because there are arguments for 
> both technologies.
> 73
> Rick, DJ0IP
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