Ah, yes, a $2000 scope to check out a $200 kit radio!
BUT, alas, I did get something out of it all, the address of the guy who
repairs and sell scopes so will CALL HIM and see if he will be willing to
tackle my SM-220 as I dearly miss it and it has kept me clean for many years!
At 80 yrs old SM-220 and my TOWER are looking way out of reach! Repaired the
old 220 before myself but just not up to it any more, darn!
BUT, yes, time to bury the scope stuff as I GOT WHAT I NEEDED OUT OF IT :-) I
do have a rotten old HEATHKIT scope that is just fine for signal tracing and it
has served me well over the years!
Walt K8CV Royal Oak, MI.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Dr. Gerald N. Johnson" <email@example.com>
Sent: Tuesday, July 13, 2010 8:45 AM
Subject: Re: [TenTec] more oscilloscope questions
> I'm sure we could debate Corsair vs Corsair II, or Paragon vs Paragon
> II, or Omni V vs Omni VI, or Tentec vs Inrad filters, and the affect of
> the particular radio on their performance vs building your own 27 pole
> crystal filters, or CW vs SSB (few Tentecs transmit AM so we have to
> leave that mode out of the argument) or Orion software version 2.044g vs
> 1.078B with equal ferocity and interest. Clearly you don't believe a
> scope is a handy way to a clean signal and to general radio
> troubleshooting, but it truly is a most versatile tool better than all
> the ALC LEDs and wattmeters in the world for detecting and preventing
> SSB transmitter splatter. Perhaps someone will trigger one of those
> other debate by asking which is better to acquire?
> 73, Jerry, K0CQ
> On 7/13/2010 6:40 AM, Paul Gates wrote:
>> I hope that soon you engineers can put aside the subject of Oscilloscopes
>> and get on another subject.
>> Paul Gates
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