[time-nuts] HP3336B S/N Question

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Sun Jul 20 22:21:08 EDT 2014

TNX Chuck!!
In a message dated 7/11/2014 6:52:30 A.M. Central Daylight Time,  
cfharris at erols.com writes:

Are you  sure?

According to my 1982-1986 catalogs, the combination
of a  HP3586A/B, HP85 and an optional HP3336A/B is
called a HP3046A/B.

In  1980 there was a HP3040A which was a network
analyzer that used the  HP3330A/B synthesizer and the
HP3570A/B selective level meter... with no  computer.

Perhaps the HP3040L was the same thing but with  a
HP3336A/B instead?  I'm missing the 1981 catalog
where it may  have appeared.

-Chuck Harris

Flemming Larsen wrote:

>  The HP 3040L was a combination of the HP3586x Selective Level Voltmeter 
and  the
> HP3336x Tracking Signal Generator.
> It came with  interconnecting cables and software and a programming 
manual for the
>  HP-Basic software.
> WECO connectors and adapters are available  from: www.milestek.com
> --  FL
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