bruce.griffiths at xtra.co.nz
Sat Oct 10 07:50:36 UTC 2009
Just be careful no to break the plastic handles off the boards.
The board retention force can be quite high.
Joseph Gray wrote:
> I have a 100MHz scope, DVM, frequency counter, signal generator, etc.
> Sorry, no spec an. I wish I had one.
> The first problem is that it fails the first performance test. Instead
> of 100nS, I get about 10nS and that slowly increases to about 12nS.
> This is with the unit already warmed up and it is repeatable. I
> checked the internal reference output and it is very close to 10MHz,
> so that isn't the problem.
> Before I go any further, I think I'll open it up reseat all the
> boards. It couldn't hurt.
> On Fri, Oct 9, 2009 at 11:51 PM, Bruce Griffiths
> <bruce.griffiths at xtra.co.nz> wrote:
>> Joseph Gray wrote:
>>> I just got a 5370A locally and am going through the performance
>>> checks. Things are not as they should be. Is there someone who knows
>>> this unit intimately who would be willing to help me off list?
>>> Joe Gray
>> What do you have in the way of test gear?
>> A 100+MHz scope would be useful as well as a spectrum analyser.
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