About

Graham Baxter resides in the United Kingdom and is an electronics engineer, BSc (Hons) and MSc. He is a chartered mechanical engineer, a chartered electrical engineer (CEng) and a European Engineer (Eur Ing), as well as a corporate member of the IMechE (MIMechE) and the IEE (MIEE). Since 1980 he has been actively involved in a variety of hardware and software design projects. He has also been a senior lecturer in electronics.

Recent projects include creation and definition of GPS frequency standard control software as well as a watch escapement analyzer and a gear wheel design program. He is also interested in software signal processing and has authored a software defined radio package.

Graham is the electronic designer of a range of ultrasonic cleaners. He is an enthusiastic restorer of classic radio and test equipment with a special interest in the R390A receiver.

Graham has a long-time interest in horology, has worked and studied as a watch repairer, and as a result has acquired a specialist knowledge of watch timing and timing machines. His solutions can help you solve your time and frequency problems and increase your enjoyment of horology and engineering design!

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