[rescue] OT: spectrum analyzers available

Dan Sikorski me at dansikorski.com
Wed Oct 1 21:17:37 CDT 2003

I'm mildly interested, but i'm fairly sure that those are worth a lot
more than what they would be worth to me.  Do you have a ballpark asking

	-Dan Sikorski

On Wed, 2003-10-01 at 20:30, Dave McGuire wrote:
>    This is a long shot...but is anyone here interested in buying a 
> spectrum analyzer?  I have two available.  I'm considering purchasing a 
> new one, but it's too much money to spend unless I sell my other ones.
>    The first is an HP 141T.  It's got the hard-to-find 8555A RF section, 
> which goes from 10MHz to 18GHz.  Sure, it's quite old, but it's in 
> near-mint condition and works *great*.  Built like a tank, and sorta 
> looks like one.
>    The second is a really sweet, all-digital Marconi 2380/2382 which 
> covers 100Hz-400MHz.  Self-calibrating, built-in tracking generator, 
> on-screen display of all parameters, fully remote controllable via 
> HP-IB...very, very high-tech.  It's got some little dings here and 
> there, but it's in very good condition overall.  It also has very handy 
> printed plastic pull-out "cheat sheets" for front-panel and remote 
> control functions.  This is an extremely versatile unit...it lets you 
> pick apart any signal in any way you want.
>    Both have rackmount ears and handles, and good CRTs.
>    Pics available upon request.
>            -Dave
> --
> Dave McGuire                      "My tummy hurts now, but my soul
> St. Petersburg, FL                 feels a little better."     -Ed
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