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Old October 29th 03, 12:04 PM
Steve
 
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Default Looking for Signal Generator

Has anyone got a simple WORKING signal generator that they could part
with that covers 1-500mc? Heath, Eico, Standard, Knight, RCA are all
just fine. I've gotten two "no way to test"....duhh "I don't know
anything about this type of equipment" units off ebay. Both have been
scavenged pretty bad. Both now live in the junk box and won't be resold.
I'll pay a fair price and shipping.

Thanks
Steve WA2CIA


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Old November 6th 03, 07:40 PM
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Steve wrote in message .net...
Has anyone got a simple WORKING signal generator that they could part
with that covers 1-500mc? Heath, Eico, Standard, Knight, RCA are all
just fine. I've gotten two "no way to test"....duhh "I don't know
anything about this type of equipment" units off ebay. Both have been
scavenged pretty bad. Both now live in the junk box and won't be resold.
I'll pay a fair price and shipping.

Thanks
Steve WA2CI


Hi Steve . Stew here .

I have a Generator that will cover .5 Mhz to 512 Mhz plus .Hp
8640B.323
If you get tired of the "entry level" Generators , contact me .
Note; if you look in many Amateur radio service manuals , they call
out the 8640B Gen.

I just happen to have one extra Generator like this right now!

Good Luck , Stew ...
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Old November 7th 03, 01:04 AM
Pete KE9OA
 
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That wasn't a bad generator............I had one for awhile, but have since
replaced it with newer equipment. How much are they going for nowadays?

Pete

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Has anyone got a simple WORKING signal generator that they could part
with that covers 1-500mc? Heath, Eico, Standard, Knight, RCA are all
just fine. I've gotten two "no way to test"....duhh "I don't know
anything about this type of equipment" units off ebay. Both have been
scavenged pretty bad. Both now live in the junk box and won't be resold.
I'll pay a fair price and shipping.

Thanks
Steve WA2CI


Hi Steve . Stew here .

I have a Generator that will cover .5 Mhz to 512 Mhz plus .Hp
8640B.323
If you get tired of the "entry level" Generators , contact me .
Note; if you look in many Amateur radio service manuals , they call
out the 8640B Gen.

I just happen to have one extra Generator like this right now!

Good Luck , Stew ...





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