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 Return to top of page · Post #: 1 · Written at 2:21:04 AM on 29 November 2014.
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 Location: Ipswich, QLD
 Member since 22 October 2013
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Hi Guys,
I got the almost matching audio oscillator for my BWD scope last week.
It was advertised as a "signal generator", and I guess that's what an audio oscillator is, but I did expect an RF siggen which would have "Signal Generator" printed on it. The photos were not so clear.

Anyhow, I would definitely have gotten it just the same, just that I'm still on the prowl for a BWD siggen.
Now I can be lazy and not bother making a Morse practice oscillator. It is a proper valve set.

Remembering that I never did bother reconnecting the Earth on my scope's mains cable, I went ahead and connected them together!


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