[AMRadio] Test equipment

KL7FM kl7fm at yahoo.com
Sun Aug 20 15:38:37 EDT 2017

I'd say mine would be my scope, an old Palomar RX Noise bridge, a DVM and 
added RF probe, a B&W capacitance meter and a few '60s ARRL hand books and of course
my trusty HP-35 calculator.  Test jigs as necessary...
Bob - KL7FM
On Sun, 8/20/17, Ed via AMRadio <amradio at mailman.qth.net> wrote:

 Subject: [AMRadio] Test equipment
 To: amradio at mailman.qth.net
 Date: Sunday, August 20, 2017, 8:09 AM
 A recent search for a signal generator found
 one on Amazon with pretty good reviews.   
 My meager bench hosts a few bits of
 equipment that I use the most, everything else being either
 too expensive or really just superfluous.  Things I
 couldn't do without: oscilloscope, frequency counter, signal
 generator, analog multimeter ( an ancient Simpson) and a
 grid dip meter.  I have a heathkit capacitor checker,
 the type that checks for leakage, but its down and out now.
 Whats your list of tools you cant live
 VR,   Ed Mullin
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