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Ad Number:1607187
Date Placed:09/21/22
Name:ROBERT H BOOKER
Phone Number:4175297630
Callsign:K0NT
Category:TEST
Heading:TEK 7L14 10KHZ-1.8GHZ SPECTRUM ANAL $600
Ad Message:The Tektronix 7L14 displays/sweeps in both frequency and time domain. (You can use it as a basic conventional oscilloscope while plugged into mainframe.) Analyzer is easily "slaved" to a sweep generator. Digital signal processing features "flicker-free" display w/variable threshold for digital averaging. Works with any 7000 series mainframe. Sensitivity at -130dBm. Span from 200Hz to 100MHz per division. Resolution bandwidth from 30Hz to 3 Mhz. Filter selectivity shape factor < 4:1 for resolution bandwidths from 0.3 to 3.0 MHz. The 7L14 is a really nice analyzer. Call/text/email for additional information.
Price is for pick up from Joplin in southwest MO; USPS Priority Shipping adds approximately $30 within the continental USA.
Thanks for reading and 73,
K0NT alias ElectricalBob

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