archiv~1: Re: SETI Spectrum Analyzer. (PC).

Re: SETI Spectrum Analyzer. (PC).

rtyndall@juno.com
Fri, 6 Nov 1998 20:30:21 EST

Hi Ken,
I saw a DSP unit from a company called 'Tech America' (of something like
that).

It was an outboard unit that plugs into the printer interface. It's a
dual input box
that has a primary function as an 2 channel oscilloscope. It will also
work as a
Spectrum Analyzer. I think the top end frequency was around 18 Mhz (I
forget).
When I saw it was on sale for around $300, I considered buying one.

It would be a very nice qizmo to hook onto the 10.7 Mhz out put of my
R8500. You could really 'see' the hydrogen bump instead of just plotting
it..

Do a search and you can find their website. Good Luck.
Rich <>

Richard Tyndall NJ1A Woburn, MA. USA
RTyndall@juno.com or nj1a@erols.com
ARGUS Observatory FN42jl
It's not Rocket Science. it's not Brain Surgery.
It's Rocket Surgery!
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