I recently came across an article that was off the beaten path as far as radiation detection instrument subjects go. The article, by Paul Frame, is called “The Nick Names of the Early Survey Meters,” (http://www.orau.org/ptp/collection/surveymeters/nicknamessurveymeters.htm) and it introduces us to some of the different and unusual names that some of the early survey meters were given and the reasons why. The following is an excerpt from that article:
Ludlum Measurements is heading to Monterey, CA this October. We will be offering two different training courses; our Instrument Calibration and Repair training course and our Radiation Detection Electronics course. Register for one or both of the courses today.