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Re: Will price of XP based equipment (e.g earlier Agilent PNA VNAs) I am sure someone will make one. Now whether you can trust it is a whole different matter.
David
1:23 PM
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Re: Will price of XP based equipment (e.g earlier Agilent PNA VNAs) There is a legal term called "quiet enjoyment" which pertains to protecting the end user from patent infringement suits caused by the vendor. I think this idea
Rhyolite
12:32 PM
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HP5342A strange fault Hi all, my HP5342a shows a strange fault. In the High position, it shows all zeroes and in the Low position, it toggles between 2 and 3 synchronously with the
hwschulte
11:28 AM
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SV: SV: SV: [hp_agilent_equipment] Old 8591E firmware to L okay? Hi Eric I have not looked at the code in U24 which is the only rom there differs from the original firmware but I believe that it is due to the different YIG.
Michael Jensen
10:55 AM
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Re: SV: SV: [hp_agilent_equipment] Old 8591E firmware to L okay? Michael, I have been wondering how to do this for years. Thank you very much!!! If this is true, Why is there a different FW version for Opt 27. I thought
kc4yoe
10:41 AM
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61287
Re: Will price of XP based equipment (e.g earlier Agilent PNA VNAs) ... I raised hell when I caught someone using my work computer to log into AOL. My boss, and the IT drones couldn't see any harm in it. That same character
Michael A. Terrell
10:34 AM
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Re: Will price of XP based equipment (e.g earlier Agilent PNA VNAs) ... There are multiple complaints about having to search for drivers, and installing updates. I was comparing a base install of XP with a Linux release of the
Michael A. Terrell
10:23 AM
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New file uploaded to hp_agilent_equipment Hello, This email message is a notification to let you know that a file has been uploaded to the Files area of the hp_agilent_equipment group. File :
hp_agilent_equipment@yahoogroups.com
10:09 AM
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Re: Will price of XP based equipment (e.g earlier Agilent PNA VNAs) ... I was riffing off an earlier comment that MS was offering some category of customers continuing XP support for a fee but not for free and wondering if
David I. Emery
10:03 AM
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SV: SV: [hp_agilent_equipment] Old 8591E firmware to L okay? Hi Eric Here's the situation with frequency extension on the 8593's: 1. On all of the 8593's you can select a frequency up to 26.5 GHz. 2. They work up to that
Michael Jensen
9:46 AM
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Re: Will price of XP based equipment (e.g earlier Agilent PNA VNAs) ... I believe it would be impractical to do this without cooperation from Microsoft. If it was discovered there is a security exploit possible in xyz.dll,
Dr. David Kirkby
9:27 AM
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Re: Will price of XP based equipment (e.g earlier Agilent PNA VNAs) ... You're comparing apples to Oldsmobiles. You installed Win 7. I installed a recent release of Linux. Why would I want to compare a 10 year old release of
Mark Wendt (Contractor)
9:26 AM
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Re: Will price of XP based equipment (e.g earlier Agilent PNA VNAs) How long would a drug dealer stay in business if they sold pills that cure drug abuse? How long would Midas stay in business if they sold stainless steel
J. Forster
9:18 AM
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Re: Will price of XP based equipment (e.g earlier Agilent PNA VNAs) "Enjoy the product"?! Thanks for the laugh. :-) -- Dave McGuire, AK4HZ New Kensington, PA
Dave McGuire
9:04 AM
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Re: Will price of XP based equipment (e.g earlier Agilent PNA VNAs) I would gladly pay MS for an end of production (WinXP-sp4?) reinstall disc with all the latest patches and fixes contained. It would be a win-win. MS could
Rhyolite
8:49 AM
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Re: SV: [hp_agilent_equipment] Old 8591E firmware to L okay? I have an hp8593e that I have always want ed to add opt 26 or opt 27 to. If I put in the opt 27 firmware will that do it? The unit already covers the range
kc4yoe
8:43 AM
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Re: Will price of XP based equipment (e.g earlier Agilent PNA VNAs) ... That is a current release of Unbuntu. It took less time to install Win 7, and it didn't ask for any drivers. Try installing a 10 year old release of
Michael A. Terrell
8:32 AM
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Re: 3325a A Cal failure Paul, I have refurbished a few of these units (about 35) in the past few years. On several of the units, there was a similar amplitude issue to what you
jcline01@sbcglobal.net
7:33 AM
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Re: 3325a A Cal failure Yahoo reply function does A VERY BAD JOB. If I use the mouse to edit a faulty character ALL meassage is erased... Try the attenuator cleaning; > 50% of the
sm6ehy
6:36 AM
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Re: Will price of XP based equipment (e.g earlier Agilent PNA VNAs) ... I just installed Ubuntu 14.04 LTS (beta) on a Dell Precision T something or other yesterday. High end workstation, with a monster graphics card, etc.
Mark Wendt (Contractor)
5:14 AM
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Re: Will price of XP based equipment (e.g earlier Agilent PNA VNAs) ... Kinda tough to connect two networks without at least a smart switch or some form of router. Regular dumb switches do not have the capability to route
Mark Wendt (Contractor)
4:58 AM
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Re: PLLing elderly oscillators, was Re: [hp_agilent_equipment] 606B Send me your email Dave, and I`ll send you a pdf of the circuit and layout of the boards.I`m at .........................Don. ...
Donald Brett COLLIE
10:11 PM
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PLLing elderly oscillators, was Re: [hp_agilent_equipment] 606B now ... That sounds like a very nifty project! I have an HP 628A microwave generator (klystron, X-band) that I should try this with, just for fun. I think its FM
Dave McGuire
10:08 PM
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Re: Will price of XP based equipment (e.g earlier Agilent PNA VNAs) ... Seems like maybe someone should find a way of supplying up to date and patched XP for the various common lab instruments that use it... presumably for a
David I. Emery
8:19 PM
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Re: 606B now restored. I built a synchroniser for a Marconi TF2008, which has 15.625 Hz [ ie 15Hz] fed to the 4046 phase detector. Even with this very low reference [correct word?]
Donald Brett COLLIE
7:10 PM
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Re: Will price of XP based equipment (e.g earlier Agilent PNA VNAs) According to various reports (AP, NPR), 30% of computers and 95% of ATM's currently use XP worldwide. MS claims it will continue to support XP, but it will not
J Mcvein
7:03 PM
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A tale of two 8590E Series CLIPs ( also 8590D and 8590L) In going through this pile of HP manuals from the HP Service depot, I discovered two very different CLIPS for the 8590E series The scan we have been selling
Artek Manuals
7:02 PM
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Re: 606B now restored. The 606B has a control in the lower left corner of the panel labeled delta F. It is a pot which indicates that the frequency control device is always
Max Robinson
6:47 PM
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Re: 606B now restored. ... The closer the 606B is tuned to the desired frequency, the lower the phase noise. Better filtering on the control voltage helps, but slows the lock time.
Michael A. Terrell
Apr 18
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Re: Will price of XP based equipment (e.g earlier Agilent PNA VNAs) ... I installed Win 7 on a Dell Optiplex GX620 a few days ago. It didn't ask for anything other than the product key. Most motherbboards and cards were
Michael A. Terrell
Apr 18
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