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Yee Haaa!....My Dream lab equipment Came finally!

Discussion in 'Radio and Communications' started by transistor495, Jan 4, 2012.

  1. transistor495

    transistor495 Member Forum Supporter

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    100KHz-150MHz sine wave generator with 1KHz internal+external modulation capabilities.

    10Hz-150MHz counter section.

    The generated waves are even receivable in a 10m area around the device through AM/FM broadcast band.

    A cool device and proud to own it.:)

    http://www.lodestarelec.com/09-generator_counter.html

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  2. Sceadwian

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    How much did that set you back?
     
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    transistor495 Member Forum Supporter

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    This one cost me around 450USD and is imported through a local supplier and this specific unit was not at all available locally anywhere for retail sale as far as I enquired. They have provided 1yr of service warranty.

    I'm pretty happy to have this with me :)
     
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    nice we bit of kit :) very good.

    I will prophesy tho, as you interests expand, that within 2 years will will be looking for something that goes higher in freq
    both as a freq counter and as a signal gene. somewhere up around 1GHz ;)

    And before you know it you will be also after a spectrum analyser that goes to at least a couple of GHz
    been there done that lol.... doesnt matter what you have you will always want something better with more range. Its kinda like optical telescopes, there its called "aperture fever" its an ongoing quest for a telescope with a bigger mirror :)

    cheers
    Dave
     
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