From: Allison J Parent <allisonp_at_world.std.com>
Date: Tue Nov 23 18:41:22 1999

<> You should be able to find a 2465 in decent shape for $1000-$1500

Youch! I do 98% of my work with a B&K 20mhz dual trace and a NLS MS15!
Most of the time I don't need more than that to see if life exists and
rough timing. I also have a Logic analyser if I need something faster.
It's rare that I do. Used to have a 465B, didn't use it enough to warrent
maintaining it or it's weight. While the book calls for a better scope,
I know the 20mhz B&K would be more than enough to track 8F core problems
as I used it to set the slice time. Then again, I know how to get the most
out of a scope too.

Received on Tue Nov 23 1999 - 18:41:22 GMT

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