[time-nuts] Frequency counters
rfnuts at arcor.de
Fri Aug 20 22:12:18 UTC 2010
+1 on the 5315 / 5316A/B.
5316's come with HPIB.
Both can be surprisingly cheap, and, they have no fan.
Robert Atkinson schrieb:
> Hi Stephen,
> I assume from the callsign that you are in the UK. You could do worse than to buy a used HP 5316A for £75 from Stewart of Reading< http://www.stewart-of-reading.co.uk/Frequency%20Counters.htm> A quality compact universal counter with reciprical counting, external reference input and HPIB. I've no association with Stewarts apart from being a happy customer personally and for work for nearly 30 years!
> Robert G8RPI.
> --- On Fri, 20/8/10, Stephen Farthing<squirrox at gmail.com> wrote:
> From: Stephen Farthing<squirrox at gmail.com>
> Subject: [time-nuts] Frequency counters
> To: time-nuts at febo.com
> Date: Friday, 20 August, 2010, 18:35
> Hi guys,
> I want to find a frequency counter that will read to 1 hz precision up to a
> minimum of 30 Mhz that I can clock using the output from my Efratom 101 Rb
> frequency standard. I am quite happy to make one if there is a suitable
> design out there. Any suggestions?
> 72/3 de Steve G0XAR
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