[time-nuts] HP 5065A High-Res Schematics?

Ed Palmer ed_palmer at sasktel.net
Thu Jul 6 12:35:02 EDT 2017

Hi Tom,

Yes, I hope to get a hard copy eventually, but even with a hard copy, a 
good OCRed soft copy is useful.  After all, you can't do a search on a 
hard copy.  And if you're away from home, even if just across town, 
lugging manuals along is rarely appropriate.

I'm familiar with Dave's manuals.  I've bought one or two over the 
years.  However, the copy he lists in his auctions and on his web site 
is an older version.  There's no mention whether change sheets are 
included.  Also, on his older products at least, although he does do an 
OCR, he doesn't edit the results to correct recognition errors.  
Depending on which OCR program you've got, that can be an almost 
impossible task.


On 2017-07-06 10:00 AM, "Tom Van Baak" <tvb at LeapSecond.com> wrote:
> Hi Ed,
> You can still find original hp manuals if you want the full 3D experience of physical high-res fold-out paper manuals.
> Many of my favorite atomic standards manuals went to Dave at artekmanuals.com and he has done a superb job with scanning. Check with him about his PDF's. He may still offer them on eBay, or perhaps there's a special deal for time-nuts.
> /tvb

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