[Hallicrafters] 50 KHz Signal generators (Audio)


jackiv at juno.com jackiv at juno.com
Sat Nov 9 08:54:12 EST 2002


At those high altitudes things do get fuzzy. (I used to live in Morrison
area!)
Just think of a generator as a variable frequency source with an
attenuator.
the old H-P 200 series audio oscillators are excellent for this
application,very low distotion and stable. 
 But for the H-C if use a counter is needed to provide the accuracy
required.
Jack    jackiv at juno.com


On Fri, 8 Nov 2002 21:23:40 -0700 "Ken Kinyon - W7TS" <w7ts at attbi.com>
writes:
> Thanks for all the ideas.  For some reason an audio generator never 
> occurred
> to me as something that would work.  In my mind audio and RF are 
> two
> different things.  I guess I need to lock myself in a closet and 
> think about
> it for awhile ;<)
> I would appreciate it if someone would explain why it works to use 
> an audio
> generator.
> TIA,
> Ken W7TS
> 
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