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Tue Jul 3 09:16:33 EDT 2007

that lets you turn the built-in 640 MHz SAW filter into an oscillator in
case an 8662A isn't available, but I also understand that this is really
only a utility/test function.  If there's no way to phase-lock the resulting
SAW oscillator, I can see why.

-- john, KE5FX

> Not only is an 8662A mandatory, but it must have the optional 640
> MHz output
> How do you propose to operate an 11729 without an 8662?  It's not like you
> can
> feed any old 640 MHz reference into it.

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