Fwd: Antennas Digest, Vol 37, Issue 16
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> 1. FS: Complete HP Network Analyzer System (Dr M J DiGirolamo)
>Date: Tue, 20 Feb 2007 23:42:39 -0500
>From: "Dr M J DiGirolamo" <DrD at 2020.com>
>Subject: [Antennas] FS: Complete HP Network Analyzer System
>To: <antennas at mailman.qth.net>
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> I've laid out big bucks and purchases an HP 8753C network analyzer so my
>previous and trusty HP 8505A system is now offered for sale. Here are the
> It's completely functional (has served as my own personal unit)
> and it's one
>of the cleanest ones I've ever seen. It comes as a complete system.
>manuals, overlays and accessories are included. Anyone buying this unit will
>take it home, apply power and have a fully functioning unit.
> The HP 8505A system covers 500kHz to 1300MHz. It's a vector
> analyzer. There
>is a complete set of overlays so Smith Chart, log freq, etc. points
>can be read
>directly. All 4 S-Parameters can be measured without disconnecting the DUT
>since the S-Parameter test set is included. The trace can be smoothed and
>averaged with the Storage Normalizer Set.
> The system comes complete in 4 stackable and locking units as such:
>HP 8501A Storage Normalizer
>HP 8505A Network Analyzer
> Source Converter
>HP 8503A S-Parameter Test Set
> All operating and service manuals are included in print form as well as
>various application notes and getting started guides.
> For anyone able to pick up the unit here, there will be a
> special surprise.
>I will include a spare unit (Storage Normalizer, Network Analyzer and Source
>Converter only less the S-Parameter test set) for free for sparing me the
>trouble of packing and shipping.
> This is the same analyzer seen in the photo on page 9-61 of ON4UN's,
>"Low-Band DX-ing," 4th edition. In addition to antenna matching, it makes
>tuning duplexers a breeze.
> Please contact me off list if interested.
>Mike DiGirolamo, W4XN
>DrD at 2020.com
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>End of Antennas Digest, Vol 37, Issue 16
Richard Barth *** W3HWN(at)ARRL.NET *** Silver Spring, MD
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