Slow pace today due to both tired legs and slow greenish terrain. The controls were grouped into two groups with a slightly boring 'tunnel' run between the areas. OK until #4, but not the greatest direction towards #5, and then after wading through the swamp and green area towards #10 I decided from within the control-circle to go check that the yellow swamp on the right really is there... (#10 was probably the hardest control on this map). Good weather around +18 C.
OK running until #5, after which I probably should have taken the easy road towards #6 and not tried to finesse it through the woods. Then ran past #8 up on the wrong hill and had to back-track.
First Saturday-orienteering in a long time!
A bit of rain and +18C or so. Firmaliiga on Tuesdays has 1:7500 maps on the short courses, so this normal 1:10 000 map now seems small...
Quite OK orienteering and reasonable speed/rythm until #5 where I was in 10th place, but then lack of fitness led to sloppy execution of the long #5-#6 leg and +10 minutes lost to the best runner and 6 places lost...
Warm and sunny, very dry in the forest.
long time no orienteering... short E-course in good, not too warm, weather.
#5 was the only problem, first searched too soon for it, then ran past it, and only found it coming back from the bigger trail. 5+ minute error..
With an extra sqrt(2) factor when computing C_F (capacitance, for stability, in parallel with R_F) I get reasonable agreement with the BW vs. PD-capacitance figure in the TI datasheet.
A second run of the optical clock on 2020-06-11 - this is a 64x speedup of the overnight live-stream:
We've had a number of Atom C2000 machines die during the past 1-2 years. The most recent one ran continuously since 2015 until 2020/05. The randomly dying machines are SuperMicro 5018A-MLTN4 with A1SAM-2550F motherboard.
Via EEVBlog we now found this simple fix. And it works!
Amazingly SuperMicro or other vendors don't seem to advertize or talk about this simple fix very much...