[time-nuts] Antenna recommendation for Timing Amateur
randy at geodetics.com
Thu Jun 14 18:57:47 EDT 2007
Bill et al -
Actually, the Timing2000 and Timing3000 antennas are identical. The ONLY
difference is that the 2000 has a Motorola logo in it. They both have dual
filters. $39.95 is a great price. I think retail on the 3000's is about $65.
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Sent: Thursday, June 14, 2007 1:01 PM
To: Jim Miller; Discussion of precise time and frequency measurement
Subject: Re: [time-nuts] Antenna recommendation for Timing Amateur
If you would like to save a little money, you might want to check with
[cid:part1.46719E86.E4CDD4BB at cox.net]
They had about 40, brand new, in the box with mounting hardware,
Oncore Timing2000 antennas at the beginning of MAY when I purchased
mine from them off of eBay. His price was $39.95 "buy it now" and I
asked him how many they had when I called after taking the auction.
It is the same as the Timing3000 antenna that Randy refers to except
it has two filters instead of three, as I understand it. It runs on 5
I was using an active patch antenna that Randy sold me and that worked
well also. Just decided to make a more permanent installation.
Jim Miller wrote:
I'm planning on getting a M12M and would like a recommendation for
antenna for timing purposes.
I'm just an amateur looking to discipline an oscillator. No
My antenna coax is likely to be 30ft or more so I suspect I'll need
The M12M outputs 3v so the "timing" antennas offered by Synergy
What is the real difference between a "timing" antenna and one
Synergy offers several amplified mobile antennas that would work
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