So far I have lucked out. At least down to the 100psec pulse widths everything panned out. You guys probably go a lot lower than that. Problem is, I have to fly blind part of the way and have to wait for the results because I don't have one of those 20GHz sampling scopes. Meaning the circuit tests itself bug then, of course, it's quite late in the game. Nail biters like with the New England Patriots.
I also have instruments that can measure to 0.01pF, but setting the zero value is a bear. Your 0.06pF measurement is encouraging, better than the 0.1pF numbers I've seen. Well, sheesh, I need 0.02 or 0.03 pF. I'm hoping that judicious ground traces can make up the difference. Alternately, I can entirely eliminate some pads on the pcb (and cut device leads). Maybe that's a better approach.
Thanks. That would also be a good excuse for a visit.
Since I am married I can only brew the occasional dark stuff and that is almost pitch-black. Then there is the Belgian Tripel which looks light-amber but has almost 8 volts. Most other beers I brew are golden-colored and between 4.5% an 6%. Pale Ale, IPA, Cream Ale, Koelsch. Slightly darker but still to your taste would be Irish Red, Autumn Amber and Copper Ale (like a miner's beer).
Looks like the Marco building only a few more steps walking distance to Zeitgeist. Otherwise I couldn't imagine you guys even considering a move.