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 Post subject: swob
PostPosted: Mar Tue 20, 2012 7:43 pm 
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Location: germany
hello friends,

my new old toy is a Rohde+Schwarz Polyskop 3 TYPE Swob

The sweeper is full loadet (10x oscillator plugin) so it goes 100kHz up to 1GHz.
The Screen is like a TV Tube, but P7 phosphor.
There is no tubes inside, a cold machine, but still a boatanchor of 42kg.

I got him including his adapters..

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greetings
Martin


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 Post subject: Re: swob
PostPosted: Mar Tue 20, 2012 7:46 pm 
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Location: Athens, Greece
I have a SWOB 1. All tube. It's pretty useful for sweeping an IF and it also has a built in directional coupler. Those special connectors are a real problem though.


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 Post subject: Re: swob
PostPosted: Mar Tue 20, 2012 8:11 pm 
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the input plugs are Dezifix B.

for alle other is the collection of adaptors.


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 Post subject: Re: swob
PostPosted: Mar Wed 21, 2012 5:38 am 
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I have a fair amount of R/S gear. Yes it's "cold" but it sure does the job with ease. Thats a nice looking scope (sweeper) Mr. MM.


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 Post subject: Re: swob
PostPosted: Mar Wed 21, 2012 9:27 am 
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Location: Valencia - SPAIN
Hi Martin,

MM wrote:
hello friends,

my new old toy is a Rohde+Schwarz Polyskop 3 TYPE Swob

The sweeper is full loadet (10x oscillator plugin) so it goes 100kHz up to 1GHz.
The Screen is like a TV Tube, but P7 phosphor.
There is no tubes inside, a cold machine, but still a boatanchor of 42kg.

I got him including his adapters..

greetings
Martin


Congratulations for getting such a nice unit!

Some years ago I got also a SWOB III along a collection of RF probes, manuals and such. But I have not yet powered it up!!! (I have always too many projects going :wink: )

BTW, my unit has different plug-ins than yours... I will check on return home.

Someday I will power it up :D !!!

Regards,

JOSE

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