|[Hallicrafters] Signal generator ?|
gzook at yahoo.com
Fri Nov 8 22:52:14 EST 2002
Generators like the Hewlett-Packard 204 are
solid-state, cover the range, are both stable and have
a pretty accurate dial (as well as being fairly small
in size). However, you really don't have to have a 50
KHz generator. You can inject at the 1st i.f. and do
the alignment. You just have to make sure that the
frequency is correct at the higher i.f.
If you use a 50 KHz generator, make sure and use a
counter as well to make sure that you are getting the
--- Ken Kinyon <w7ts at attbi.com> wrote:
The alignment procedures all call for a signal
generator set to 50Khz +- . All the signal generators
I am finding for sale start at 100Khz or higher. Any
suggestions for a generator that would be appropriate?
Hopefully solid state.
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