[time-nuts] Selling a couple of items...

Frequency Standards & Services cen at frequencystandards.com
Mon Nov 1 12:02:09 EST 2004

Hi John:
	I have one of the TIA units also. I don't have a manual for them so haven't
done much with them. Are they really very accurate? Looks like without an
external source, they wouldn't be.

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Subject: [time-nuts] Selling a couple of items...

Taking the list owner's perogative, I thought I'd mention that I have a
couple of items on eBay that might be of interest to some of you:

1.  A Kode/Odetics TIA3100 Time Interval Analyzer that has 0.1ns
resolution and displays a histogram of time dispersion over a selected
number of events.  It includes a reprint of the manual:

2.  A Fluke 207-1 VLF receiver/comparator in working order (with a
couple of minor exceptions noted in the auction):

I also have a photocopy of the 207 manual that I'd sell if someone
offered the ridiculous $100 it cost me (it's a hard book to find). The
auction buyer has first dibs on the manual, though.

If you're interested in either of these items, please contact me off-list.


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