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spectrum-analyser [2015/11/09 14:14]
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 This is a precision fragile, extremely expensive tool that is unlikely to be useful on a day-to-day basis by most members. Hence induction is required and it is not permanently located in the Hackspace. This is a precision fragile, extremely expensive tool that is unlikely to be useful on a day-to-day basis by most members. Hence induction is required and it is not permanently located in the Hackspace.
  
-The basic spec is 1MHz to 18GHz, and more than 1V(!) at the input will instantly destroy it.+The basic specification ​is 1MHz to 18GHz, and more than 1V(!) at the input will instantly destroy it.
  
-Possible uses: measuring signal purity, clock stability, interfering radio signals (e.g. 4G destroying Freeview reception)+Possible uses: measuring signal purity, clock stability, interfering radio signals (e.g. 4G destroying Freeview reception), RF filters, transmission lines
  
 If interested in using it, contact Tom Gardner. If interested in using it, contact Tom Gardner.
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