Chuck as usual your explanations are outstanding. After reading them, just a few short extra questions/comments, bellow.
On Wed, Oct 31, 2018 at 09:49 PM, Chuck Harris wrote:
The design of the front panel is such that all ofI assumed that it was normal, but I was surprised to see the effect as it was never evident on any of the videos I'd seen before.
With 350MHz bandwidth comes a lot of ambient noise. CutSo it is normal to see some fuzziness on the traces at full bandwidth? I really have to go through this again, as I seem to remember the amount of fuzziness varied somewhat depending on the time/div setting, not sure that would be normal. I am still awaiting for the Mouser parts for the A5 board to arrive, and will confirm that once I have to put the scope back on the bench to work on replacing those parts.
The 2465B is not a frequency counter, and the A5 board's...snip...
Very nice explanation of the principle used to make the measurements, now I have much better understanding of the process.
It is standard practice of most sellers to remove allIf I may ask, how do those hour and power cycle counters get zeroed out? I don't think I have seen the reset procedure explained in the service manual.
According to Manuel Maseda, Option 46 is the militaryIs there a more specific service manual for this variant I should look for?
If you happen to know, are there any differences in the military version from the regular version?
Perhaps a sturdier build? or what where the military requirements?
Thanks again Chuck.