[time-nuts] ×ª·¢£ºAbout timelab
john at miles.io
Fri May 10 06:23:40 EDT 2013
Hi, Wei --
As Magnus mentions, the former 5330A is now sold by Symmetricom as the 3120A, with identical hardware and very similar software. You'd need to check with your regional Symmetricom reseller for an accurate price quote. Most of the non-US distributors are selling them for US $12,000 to US $20,000 depending on the options purchased.
You can download the current version of TimeLab from the link in your post, but I'd recommend installing the current V1.2 release candidate instead from http://www.miles.io/timelab/beta.htm . This will become the next official version as soon as I update the manual.
-- john, KE5FX
Miles Design LLC
> -----Original Message-----
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> Sent: Thursday, May 09, 2013 2:45 AM
> To: weijiazhen at sina.com; Discussion of precise time and frequency
> Subject: Re: [time-nuts] ×ª·¢£ºAbout timelab
> 1) Try google for 'timelab site:febo.com'. There is a list of supported
> Counters besides the Timepod.
> 2) http://www.miles.io/TimePod_5330A_user_manual.pdf
> 3) Chech with your local Symmetricom dealer.
> > hi all
> > I recently downloaded your â€˜ timelabâ€™ software,
> > http://www.ke5fx.com/timelab/readme.htm
> > How to use it?
> > can you provide the software manualï¼Ÿ
> > Btw,how much is timepod 5330A?
> > Thanks.
> > wei
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