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From: Daniel Haude
Subject: Re: New low bandwidth scope or used high band scope?
Date: 27 Sep 2002 11:52:52 GMT
Organization: stoptrick: animated films
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On Fri, 27 Sep 2002 00:54:43 -0400,
Michael A. Terrell wrote
in Msg. <3D93E493.238E7617@mfi.net>
| A good used Tek is still a good choice.
I've had troubles with older (6 yrs) TEKs because they had a tendency to
break and were full of funny irreplaceable parts. Eventually we ditched
them and bought Hamegs (I know nothing about Hameg's high-freq
performance though. I need only up to 1MHz).
"The obvious mathematical breakthrough would be development of an easy
way to factor large prime numbers." -- Bill Gates, "The Road Ahead"
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