You can pick up the time base and vertical amp plug-ins off ebay for about $20
to $25 each to use it as a regular scope. If I recall, that is a 100 MHz scope
without storage. To convert it to a spectrum analyzer, you'll need a spectrum
analyzer plug-in like you mentioned, and a tracking generator plug-in. I forget
the part number for it though.
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On 6/6/06 at 11:46 AM Larry Carman wrote:
>I'm looking for one of one of these ( 7L12, 7L13 or 7L14 spectrum analyzer
>modules ) that fits the 7603 Tektronix scope I picked up a few weeks back.
>As usual, I'm hoping I can buy at a good, low price since I won't be using
>it too often. The scope came with the programmable digitizer module but it
>apparently has some problems. It displays a few bootup errors when I first
>turn it on. Probably bad memory errors. I'm also interested in some of the
>other modules for the 7603 if anyone has some extras.
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