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From: "Richard Hosking"
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Subject: Re: Which older Tek scopes are considered good buys? What specs to look out?
Date: Fri, 27 Sep 2002 15:50:10 +0800
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I have a 465 which is in reasonable nick bought at a Hamfest. It is quite
adequate for what I am doing with RF and does appear to have a bandwidth to
100 MHz or so.
Get a manual and a second one for parts.Spend a bit of time and you have a
good piece of test gear. For the hobbyist on a budget it is the only way to
get a decent setup.
"The little lost angel" wrote in
> On Wed, 25 Sep 2002 03:44:16 GMT, email@example.com (Spam Hater)
> >I picked up a 465 (which is a 100MHz scope) on eBay for $50.
> >For PIC and AVR stuff, it's plenty fast. If I was designing a modern
> >motherboard, or a high speed FPGA, I'd be tossing it off the bridge.
> Could you define high speed? 200Khz? Naturally I don't expect it to be
> good for anything above 50Mhz rite? And was advised that the scope
> should be at least 5x~10x the data rate, so at best here 10Mhz?
> >Cost to repair now exceeds value, so beware. Actually, cost to
> >-calibrate- exceeds value, so...
> How much does it cost to calibrate these things? Or is it possible to
> self calibrate?
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