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Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by John Larkin, Sep 20, 2007.

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  1. John Larkin

    John Larkin Guest

    Hey, my new Aeroflex spectrum analyzer has a tracking generator. So
    maybe I can cobble up some little box with two connectors and a loop,
    so if I hold it near something I can see a sweep of the interaction
    with the loop. That would become a high-res sweeping grid-dip meter.
    It could look for all sorts of resonances in all sorts of structures -
    pc boards, cable harnesses, enclosures - not just coils.

  2. Joerg

    Joerg Guest

    I've tried that with my network analyzer. Basically works but not even
    close to the sensitivity of a dipmeter.
  3. marika

    marika Guest

    I;'m still irritated that solar chargers aren't readily available for cellphones. What could be better, when leaving a phone in a
    car . . .


    "But from the roome, I carried none with mee:
    If it had gone to thee, I know
    Mine would have taught thine heart to show
    More pitty unto mee: but Love, alas,"--broken heart, john donne

  4. Why do so many makers of LEDs use lead media that RUSTS!???
  5. I just made a comparison between these 2100, the 2000
    and the 2700. The measurement ranges and resolutions
    are identical, but the specified error is usually at
    least double with the 2100 compared to the the others.

    Nevertheless, these are fine machines. Anyone got them
    running together with Delphi ? I'd have to take the DLL
    header that comes for VC++, translate it to pascal and
    that'd be it.

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