[time-nuts] Distribution Amps

Frank Schneider frank at trxe.com
Mon Apr 13 04:13:11 EDT 2015

Agreed, no comparison of course. However, I just needed the signal for my signal generator, a frequency counter and a clock. So I have one output to spare. Besides, I don't have to worry about my pacemaker....


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From: time-nuts [mailto:time-nuts-bounces at febo.com] On Behalf Of Perry Sandeen via time-nuts
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There has been a large exchangeof ideas for various home-brew or other video box alternatives which all wouldseem to work OK.

For me it was simpler to buy asurplus HP 5087A for best offer which turned out to be $300 delivered.

Besides having 12 outputs, youhave a choice of 3 inputs.  It alsoaccepts IIRC 1, 5, and 10 MHz input signals.

I probably will never use all ofits capabilities but for my needs it was the best choice.

Also if your pacemaker isn’t intop-notch order, you may not want to look at the prices of its newerreplacement.



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