> They're dead accurate to about 500Mhz. I've tried it at both 800Mhz and
> 900Mhz, and at times the RS counter has been off as much 5Khz.
> > > just out of blind curiosity, is a rs handheld freq. counter worth
> > > having? have op to get one cheap. I have a heathkit im2410 in mint
> > > condition but it only goes to 225MHz.
> > > tnx
> > > Randy, KC8CPK
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> > I've had one since they first came out. It works well and is priced
> > right. Mine seems to be pretty much dead accurate. If its frequency
> > snooping you need then there are much better units but for the bench it
> > works well...73
I'll use it for everything from freq. snooping to bench testing/freq.
aquisition of radios I aquire. Any freq. snooping I do will be blantant
as I will probably have access to the transmitters up close as far as
police, fire, ems goes. I'm a Medic in a small town, so everyone knows
everyone but not all the freq.s My handheld radio does my pl snooping
and all so just need something to confirm hf to uhf operation of unk.
freqs and probably nothing higher.
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