[time-nuts] HP 5372A speed and stability
jmulchin at cox.net
Sun Apr 15 23:19:15 UTC 2012
Sorry, didn't mean to imply that the 5370B was not worth owning. It is a very nice unit as well.
I have one of these as well, but unfortunately I lost one input channel, bad input custom IC. If
I could only find a replacement for the bad IC I would use it as well. Right now it's just a nice
high digit frequency counter. Anyone know where I can get a replacement IC for the input
channel at a reasonable price?
At 01:42 PM 4/15/2012, you wrote:
>With a gate time of 10 seconds, in statistics mode you can see 13 digits at 10MHz easily.
>While I agree it is not an SR620, it a very worth while unit to own. Much nicer than the 5370B units
>to operate, and if you get the "C" model, you can measure all the way to a little over 2GHz.
>At 12:16 PM 4/15/2012, you wrote:
>>Does somebody know the speed and stability of HP 5372A Time Interval analyzer? in terms of the number of digit per second.
>>Also, what's the standard built-in frequency reference?
>>Lastly, what's the max number of digit when performs as a frequency counter?
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