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A Stratum1 Server at home?

In my former article about the VNWA, I quicky explained that I had acquired a GPS Disciplined Oscillator, as I wanted a precision clock for calibration and measurement. I had ordered LeoBodnar’s GPSDO device able to output 2 signals from 450Hz to 800MHz, with an astonishing precision.

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Bruno Kerouanton on août 24th 2020 in Electronics

Precision measurement for amateurs. DG8SAQ’s VNWA

DG8SAQ VNWA 3 Low Cost 1.3 GHz Vector Network Analyzer | eBay

As you may know, I’m a lover of precision and nice objects. I’m also fond of science, rocket science, RF and electronics.

The Vector Network Analyzer: a must-have

Several years ago, I was discovering the marvellous VNWA measurement device from DG8SAQ, thanks to F6ITU‘s great advice. This device, called a Network Vector Analyzer is a jewel of precision and is really useful for many, many measurements related to radio electronics (And no, it’s not related to IT networks, btw).

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Bruno Kerouanton on août 21st 2020 in Electronics