The one I need to build before winter needs to have at least 10-40 mw output (50-ohm load), and able to lock to .1 hz between 5700 to 7500 kilohertz. It's part of an rf analyzer I use in antenna measurements.
Originally Posted by K5UOS
What I would love to be able to do is get something that could replace the whole RF deck which covers 3240 to 10200 kilohertz, and could be set on a frequency, and then varied 10 kc either way for the measurements. I imagine if I searched enough places I could find one from years past that was designed with thumbswitches.
Ideally, something simple would be nice so I can CAD it and build some boards up. The one I need the most is something to operate on 6900, or have something variable to be adjusted between 6840 and 6960 kilohertz. I have some measurements coming up and all I have is some WW-II signal generators which are not stable at all.
Frederick R. Vobbe, Allen County Ohio - Grid EN70wr
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