[time-nuts] Interesting Austron stuff
stanw1le at verizon.net
Thu Jul 5 09:22:12 EDT 2007
I looked at both items.
From my frugal ham perspective they are 10 times overpriced.
Unless you have the specific card cage/chassis and
interface you will have to design your own.
Some thoughts about E-bay:
Most dealers are simply junk dealers, buying scrap by the
dumpster load and trying to peddle it.
Most dealers do not have competent people to test or refurbish,
even though they say fully tested or refurbished.
Do not believe the dealer who describes his stuff as NICE,
Yes, nice for him if you buy it....
Here in America, E-bay is the internet flea market. You do not know what
you really get till you get it home and on the test bench.
Any returns are at your expense, if returns are accepted.
Certainly there are gems to be had via E-bay, but you must be patient in
and flexible enough not to get upset if you end up with junk.
Stan, W1LE FN41sr Cape Cod
Jeroen Bastemeijer wrote:
>A question out of quriosity: On EBAY there ar items offerd like
>290135672948 and 290135649872 . These seem to be part of a modular
>frequency reference system (LORAN or GPS based) Does anyone know or own
>these kind of systems? This question is just for the quriosity, the
>items offered are overpriced (to my opinion).
>Best regrads, Jeroen
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