What frequency range? what do you want to do with the tdr? And will this
be an on-going production or one time?? tdr's may not be the best thing to
measure the length of a line, there are many other methods that may work as
well and be much cheaper. If it is a one shot or short time need you may
also be able to rent one, there are instrument rental services that are
fairly reasonable... much cheaper than buying if you only need a very
expensive instrument for a short time.
David Robbins K1TTT
AR-Cluster node: 145.69MHz or telnet://dxc.k1ttt.net
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> Subject: [TowerTalk] TDR recommendations?
> I'm looking for recomendations for least expensive but dependable TDR's
> usable for antenna phasing. Any comments on the Riser Bond 1205CXA or
> Tecktronix 1503 both of which are available on Ebay in the $500 range or
> other suggestions.
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